TPHS were appointed by Wosberg Estates to prepare a comprehensive Transport Statement to assess the highways and transport issues relating to a redevelopment of a mixed-use retail and residential scheme at Princes Parade in Golders Green. The development comprises around 1,000 sqm. of local retail floorspace and thirty residential units
TPHS were appointed by Carvall Homes with regard to development of a backland site in Cousldon.
Firstly we carried out an appraisal of the scope to deliver appropriate access arrangements and site layout - taking into account the challenging topography of the site, in particular the steep gradient from the frontage.
TPHS were appointed by Lodgecrest Limited to prepare the Transport Statement to support a prior approval application for the change of use of the existing office floorspace within the Justin Plaza building in Mitcham, to provide thirty residential apartments.
A key part of the technical work was to rationalise the car parking on the site so as to enhance the on-site servicing and to ensure sufficient space would be available to provide secure and covered cycle parking areas. The resultant level of reduced car parking was agreed with the highway authority following detailed parking surveys.
TPHS has undertaken numerous Construction Traffic Management Plans (CTMPs) for schemes of varying scales and at contrasting locations, with each site having its own opportunities and constraints. We are well versed in preparing these reports in numerous London Boroughs including Camden, Croydon, Greenwich, Hammersmith and Fulham, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea, Richmond and Westminster.
Within all of these plans a full assessment is undertaken of the routing strategy for construction vehicles and how these then access the site – be this with off-street or on-street arrangements.
TPHS were appointed by Sanctuary Housing to assist with the close out and agreement of the S278 works associated with a residential development at Glastonbury on A38.
The project was basically a Client Representative or Client Agent function to ensure that time frames were met and adhered to and the contractor on site was progressing the S278 close out in good time. Steve Jones led the team and met with representatives of the client, Contractor and Somerset Highways to provide a focus for the close out.
TPHS were appointed by Port of Dover to assist them to investigate the deterioration of the carriageway surfacing following completion of the A20 works to construct two new signals junctions on Townwall Street on the approach to Dover Eastern Docks.
The work entailed investigating the on site construction and delivery records of the contractors and sub consultants and examining the type of road construction including through the undertaking of core samples from the road.
TPHS were appointed by Musketeers Properties Ltd to provide transport and highways services for the redevelopment of the Bound Oak Industrial Estate near Wokingham.
The development proposals went through a number of iterations culminating in the preferred option of 11 separate units of a total of some 4,200 sqm of development of a mix of B1(c), B2 and B8 uses with associated parking and servicing bays.
TPHS were appointed by the client Cheergrey Properties to prepare initially the detailed technical work for representations to the Local Plan Inquiry call for sites for a site of some 19ha development of Office, Hotel, Conference and Leisure development, close to Stansted Airport.
The work provided a detailed technical analysis and trip generation model for the various land-uses and incorporated a staged approach to the testing and assessment of both the local highway network and non-car modes of travel to the site. Detailed highway modelling ensured the trigger stages were assessed for transport upgrades
TPHS were appointed by L and Q Estates (formerly Gallagher Estates) to assess the feasibility of access to a site in Blunsdon, Swindon.
Following the initial report we provided the client with Local Plan Inquiry representations in terms of the highways and transport impacts of the site and subsequently have been retained to provide a TA and Travel Plan for the site which includes liaison with both Borough Council and Highways England on the impacts of the scheme at the A419 junction which is a HE Trunk Road.
The project includes advice on micro-simulation as well as stand alone junction modelling and provision of outline design drawings for the access.