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British Industrial History

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Peter Stott

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Professor Peter Frank Stott (1927-1993), civil engineer

1927 August 8th.

1953 Married to Vera Watkins (two sons)

1955-63 Partner, G. Maunsell and Partners, Consulting Engineers

1963-65 Deputy Chief Engineer (Roads)/Chief Engineer, LCC

1964-67 Director of Highways and Transportation, GLC

1967-69 Traffic Commissioner and Director of Transportation

1969-73 Controller of Planning and Transportation

1973-83 Director General, National Water Council

1983-89 Professor of Civil Engineering, King's College London

1993 August 16th. Died.

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