Trevor Gibson

Trevor started his local government career as an Environmental Health Officer in the West Midlands in 1984. He moved to Peterborough in 1998 to take up the position of Head of Environmental and Public Protection with Peterborough City Council having formerly held a senior position with Suffolk Coastal District Council. He became Director of Environmental Services and Community Services in 2002 with responsibility for, amongst many other things, development control, transport, environmental and consumer regulation.

He joined Opportunity Peterborough in 2009 to develop their environmental focus. One common theme throughout Trevor’s career continues to be his passion for environmental protection and sustainability. He has been responsible for leading the development of city scale strategies relating to both agendas since the 1980s. Trevor currently works for Opportunity Peterborough as the Smart City Leadership and Development Manager. This work maintains the sustainability theme through its focus on circular economy implementation at the city scale, “Circular Peterborough. He currently chairs the British Standards Institute Smart and Sustainable Cities Committee.

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