Daniel Robinson Associate Director


Daniel joined the Team after a successful spell as an independent consultant, bolstered by his substantial experience at the University of Nottingham.

He is a timetabling specialist with extensive knowledge in related areas of student administration, curriculum management and space management. 

His interests are wide-ranging and he has developed an innovative and versatile approach to solving complex problems leveraging imaginative timetabling solutions.

At the core of Daniel’s approach is a collaborative style and an enquiring, solution-seeking approach,  which has helped him contribute effectively to capital projects planning, manage growth in student numbers and maintain the quality of resulting timetables.


Email: Daniel Robinson



Space Management

2010 - present

2010 - present

Integrated Solutions for better performance

Enabling clients to tackle complex projects and challenging performance issues

“The TSAR analysis and the insights from the work CPB Projects carried out was powerful and profound. It has enabled Solent to reform its approach to planning space use and to drive towards tangible improvement in our curriculum and the estate which supports it.  I am happy to talk to any current or potential future clients” 

Andy Riggs FCA MBA BSc
Chief Finance Officer, Solent University 

Our work has made a difference for the following institutions...

Aston University | Newham Sixth Form College, London |  University of Surrey | University of East Anglia | Cleveland College of Art & Design

Southampton Solent University | King's College, London | National University of Ireland, Galway | University of Oxford

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