Get your Transport Assessment right first time with our experienced team...
take pride in writing Transport Assessments in a methodical way which can be
better understood by all people that read them, not just professionals within a
development team or the Local Authority. Our staff have worked for many years
in Public Sector Development Management teams and as such we are ideally placed
to understand exactly what the Local Highway Authority will require. Our
approach and experience assists with minimising delays.
Transport Assessments are prepared to accord with principles of the Department
for Transport’s "Guidance on Transport Assessment" 2007 and the more
recent 2014 National Planning Practice Guidance "Travel Plans, Transport
Assessments and Statements in decision taking". We continue to use the
2007 guidance as in our experience this continues to be a useful reference
guide that is used by many Local Highway Authorities and it remains much more
prescriptive than the 2014 Planning Practice Guidance. The requirement for a
Transport Assessment is now site specific and there is a significant emphasis
on agreeing the need for, and scope of, Transport Assessments with the Local
Highway Authority in accordance with the NPPG. However, a useful guide to
thresholds was included in Appendix B of the Guidance on Transport Assessment.
Your Project. Your Journey. Our Passion.
are determined to provide developers with the in-depth transportation expertise
necessary to take a site from pre-acquisition to planning consent. We work in
multi-disciplinary teams and help deliver innovative and successful
prepare Transport Assessments for all sectors including Residential,
Commercial, Mixed Use, Waste & Recycling, Health, Leisure and Education
Contact Us or call 0800 368 8911 for advice on how to get your Transport Assessment right first time.
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