An ambitious project is providing new and updated facilities for the City of London Freemen’s School in Ashtead Park, Surrey. Transport and travel planning support was delivered by Motion, as part of improvements to the quality and efficiency of the school’s listed campus.
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- London Eye
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The survival of a critically endangered species is being helped by a programme of innovative engineering improvements managed by Motion. The Lower Severn Internal Drainage Board (LSIDB) must meet the requirements of the Eels (England and Wales) Regulations 2009, which came into force in January 2010. The legislation grants implementation powers to the Environment Agency
Sustainable travel options such as walking, cycling and using public transport must be considered at the earliest possible stage when designing a site access for new homes. Plans for a 105-unit development in Titchfield, Hampshire, have been awarded resolution to grant, following support from Motion’s transport and travel planners.
Local shoppers will soon benefit from improved parking in central Cobham. Elmbridge Borough Council is implementing a range of measures designed to enhance the operation of the Hollyhedge Road car park, including reconfiguration of the existing layout and expansion into adjoining unused land. Relocation of blue badge and new electric vehicle bays will also help