A Marks & Spencer food store, an Aldi supermarket and a care home are open for business on a former caravan park in Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex. The first residents have moved in to a 216-home Taylor Wimpey development on the site.
A mixed-use development in the heart of Southall is under construction. Plans have been approved to build 133 residential units at 49 and 57-59 High Street, with 517 square metres of ground floor, flexible use commercial space.
Developers should consider early engagement with transport planning experts if parking matters pose an obstacle to planning permission. Motion Technical Director John Russell cites two recent cases, where it was successfully demonstrated that parking policy had been incorrectly applied.
Strategic transportation and infrastructure advice has added weight to the debate about how to maximise the developable area within a 104 hectare scheme south of Witney. Plans for the Oxfordshire site include the construction of 1,100 homes and a two-form entry primary school and local centre. Motion is providing a comprehensive range of services to