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.
- Land Drainage
- London Eye
- Mixed Use
- Sports & Leisure
The redevelopment of a brownfield site in Southend-on-Sea, will deliver 228 contemporary apartments and two supporting retail units. Motion provided transport and travel planning advice and helped to demonstrate that the new site use would lead to a reduction in vehicle movements on the local road network.
Plans have been approved to build an 81-apartment development on former industrial land in Watford. The Whippendell Marine site will be sensitively transformed to blend with the local environment, by brownfield land developers, Oakford Homes. Motion demonstrated that the residential development would not cause severe impact on the local transport network.
Phase 3 of the Brentford Lock West regeneration project has been approved, including proposals for 452 new homes, commercial and retail spaces, and new community facilities. The scheme is part of a long-term plan to rejuvenate the west London location. Transport and travel planning advice was provided by Motion for the award-winning development.