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.
The recent report by the Landscape Institute (LI) and Construction Industry Council (CIC) has highlighted that delivery of sustainable drainage (SuDS) in England is currently a long way behind where it should be. Motion’s Richard Bettridge explores the underlying issues.
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 second entrance to a preparatory school and nursery in Guildford has been successfully completed, enabling a one-way system to be employed to regulate traffic at peak times. Motion designed the new access, linking the existing car park to the adjacent street.