Site: Wembley Park
Client: Quintain
Project: Recast masterplan comprising 5,500 new homes along with significant mixed use development including hotels, restaurants, offices, leisure uses, theatre and the London Designer Outlet retail facility comprising 6m sqft of space.

Key Inputs:

  • Development of a comprehensive all modes transport strategy comprising overground rail, underground, bus, pedestrian and cycle and road networks
  • Extensive liaison and negotiation with key stakeholders including Brent Council, Transport for London, Wembley Stadium and London Buses to agree the transport strategy
  • Preparation of innovative movement strategies to demonstrate how the development can operate in conjunction with major events at the National Stadium, including particularly pedestrian demands. This was successfully achieved
  • Agreement of reduced parking provision and car-free dwellings along with electric vehicle charging infrastructure
  • Development of a number of multi-storey car park designs to accommodate car-borne travel demands to the town centre, in line with key standards and guidance
  • Redesigned National Stadium parking for 458 coaches and 1200 cars.
  • Presentation to the planning committee.

Source: Leslie Jones Architects

Site: Prince Philip Park, Bordon
Client: Whitehall & Bordon Regeneration Company 
Project: Regeneration of the town to provide around 2,400 new homes, primary and secondary schools, a new town centre, employment floorspace, new leisure facilities and public open space 

Key Inputs:

  • Input on detailed layout matters to support reserved matters planning applications for over 500 new homes. 
  • Provision of highways and transport advice to support a planning application for the new town centre including the preparation of a Transport Assessment and Travel Plan. 
  • Preliminary design of onsite infrastructure for all modes. 
  • Preparation of a planning application for a new Health Hub. 
  • Continue to lead negotiations with Hampshire County Council on highways and transport matters for the regeneration project. 

Source: i-Transport

Site: Town Quay, Southampton
Client: Nicholas James Group 
Project: Mixed-use redevelopment of Town Quay including the erection of a new hotel with 128 bedrooms and 18 serviced apartments, spa, restaurants, bars and conferencing facilities, new red-jet passenger terminal, reclamation of land and erection of 460 residential apartments within four buildings with commercial uses/units, new public boardwalks and extension of existing marina including additional berths.

Key Inputs:

  • Development of site access strategy to support the regeneration of the site. 
  • Preparation of a suite of documents to support the planning application including a Transport Assessment, Travel Plan and Environmental Statement chapter. 
  • input into the development of a package of public realm improvements including new facilities and links for pedestrians and cyclists and new facilities to support the interchange between modes of transport.   
  • Development of a servicing strategy for the site which includes a range of uses. 
  • Led negotiations with Southampton City Council. 

Site: ROF Featherstone, Staffordshire
Client: St Francis Group / Peveril Securities
Project: Redevelopment of former munitions factory for c.1.7m sq ft of employment uses.

Key Inputs:

  • Analysis of the capacity of the existing highway network to accommodate additional traffic, including HGVs
  • Feasibility design of a potential link road providing significantly enhanced highways access from the motorway network
  • Derivation of bespoke trip generation estimates for light vehicles and HGVs
  • Supporting the proposed site allocation at the South Staffordshire Site Allocations EiP
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