Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) are set to shake things up in property and infrastructure development. Just as cars became affordable and quickly replaced horse-drawn vehicles, autonomous vehicles may well be the second transport revolution. Motion’s Andrew Whittingham explores the challenges and opportunities.
Our London team has relocated to new premises by the South Bank riverside. Our new address is Cargo Works, 1-2 Hatfields, London SE1 9PG, tel. 020 8065 5208. The office is in a renovated warehouse and a short walk from some of the city’s iconic landmarks, including the Oxo Tower, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, the South
Flood risk and drainage expert Richard Bettridge shares his thoughts on the new Ofwat rules. From April 2018 a new set of rules, published by Ofwat, will apply when determining how to charge developers for providing new connection services for water mains and public sewers. Water utility companies have historically complained about the difficulties of
Plans have been approved to transform one of the world’s most prestigious shopping locations. The redevelopment project will reinvigorate the block known as K1, in Knightsbridge. Motion provided extensive pre-planning transport and infrastructure support during a two year period prior to submission of the planning application. The company has subsequently been retained by the developer