Shafiq Pandor is a managing consultant at CEPA, having joined with extensive experience working in various roles for UK Government. He has a background in transport, energy and regulatory economics.
Before joining the firm, Shafiq was in charge of aviation competition and regulation policy at the Department for Transport (DfT). There, he advised ministers on financing and regulatory issues in relation to airport expansion at Heathrow, and represented the UK at the International Civil Aviation Organisation and other global transport forums. He has also worked in the energy sector, where he was responsible for econometric modelling of energy demand, and forecasting the likelihood of the UK meeting its emissions targets.
Shafiq holds a Master's degree in Economic Policy from University College London (Distinction) and a Bachelors degree in Economics from the University of Leeds.
Recent News & insights
Transformational impacts of transport investment
We are pleased to have helped our client understand how and why transport schemes achieve transformational impacts and how contextual factors can work with a new transport investment.
LSE students present findings about biodiversity policy
We are pleased to have supported another cohort of students undertaking the Capstone Course at the London School of Economics (LSE).
Ofwat publishes a report that considers how to facilitate the delivery of multi-sector reservoir systems
The Regulators’ Alliance for Progressing Infrastructure Development (RAPID) and three water companies commissioned a report from CEPA and Agilia to consider the legal and commercial models that could facilitate the delivery of multi-sector reservoir systems.
Appraising options for mitigating aviation noise
EU Regulation 598/2014 (“EU598”), requires that a “Balanced Approach” be taken to managing aviation noise, with operating restrictions only being introduced once other measures have been fully considered.
CEPA’s Impact Assessment helps industry to determine merits of Electricity Meter Splitting
CEPA’s analysis of the impacts of proposed modification P379 has helped the industry to better understand the merits and drawbacks of introducing electricity meter splitting. Our findings led to the proposer withdrawing the modification.