The Metastreet team is a highly experienced collection of environmental health practitioners, workflow analysts and software engineers who have run successful licensing schemes for authorities around the United Kingdom.

Russell Moffatt

Russell Moffatt B.Sc. MPH CEnvH


Russell led the development, launch and management of Newham’s borough wide licensing scheme in 2013 and was a key author of Newham’s successful application of the Secretary of State for the renewal of the scheme in 2017. He created and developed the tenure intelligence model using advanced mathematics to predict the location of housing crimes for the first time. He brings a strong understanding of local government. He is a Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner with more than 15 years of management experience in some of the most challenging London Boroughs. He qualified with a B.Sc. (Hons) Environmental Health at Greenwich University in 2002 and achieved his Masters in Public Health at King’s College, London in 2006.

Sam Rickett

Sam Rickett

VP of Engineering

Sam leads our technical integration team as well as managing the product roadmap to ensure that clients' requests form the basis of our continual development strategy. He has a Computer Science degree from the University of York and has played a leading role in the design and development of several high profile, business critical applications used within the private and public sectors. Sam is a passionate proponent of the secure-by-design methodology whilst maintaining the benefits and agility of rapid release cycles.

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