Opportunities to contribute to the sustainability of a development may vary from urban to rural areas. Sustainability can also mean different things within different local plans. Development in rural areas can often be a means through which the viability of local services and amenities can be sustained and strengthened. In the following appeal, a package
- Land Drainage
- London Eye
- Mixed Use
- Sports & Leisure
More affordable housing will soon be available in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, following approval of a planning application to redevelop land on the Becontree Estate. The plans will transform an historic public library into a local amenity, helping to regenerate part of the east-London inter-war housing development.
A 77-home residential development within the South Downs National Park has obtained unanimous support, following close liaison between CALA Homes (Thames), ECE Architecture, Motion’s drainage and SuDS team and the Park Authority.
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.