We work with land owners and private individuals on projects of all shapes and sizes, ranging from single dwelling proposals through to major strategic developments.
Most, if not all, developments are preceded by fundamental questions over access, including:
- ‘Can we establish an access along the border of our land with this road and where would be the most preferable location?’
- ‘Would the existing access be sufficient for a further intensification of use and to what extent?’
- ‘We are aware our access does not meet certain highway design standards, what mitigation could be proposed to bring it up to an acceptable standard, thus allowing us to develop our land further?’
Cotswold Transport Planning, made up of a unique team of Transport Planners, Traffic Engineers, Highway Designers and Road Safety Auditors, couldn’t be better placed to provide you with these answers.
Beyond establishing the principle of access location and design, we are able to use our experience to advise land owners and private individuals on their respective development’s potential in terms of making accurate assessments of highway network capacity, all with a view to ensuring you are able to maximise the development potential of your land.
A summary of the key services we provide to land owners and private individuals includes:
- Access Feasibility and Design Services
- Development Site Capacity Studies
- Pre-application and Planning Application Services
- Section 38/278 (Highway Design) Application Services for the purpose of obtaining technical approval from Local Authorities for the design and construction of highway works
Our teams are highly capable of acting on your behalf making the necessary contact and applications through respective Council departments, to ensure a suitable and robustly justified case is put forward for your development proposal. Where we feel your development would benefit from additional specialist advice, such as from Town Planners, Architect’s, Landscape Architects etc, we have a fantastic U.K wide network of industry-related associates, and are happy to make introductions as and when required.
Cotswold Transport Planning were part of the design team that gained planning approval for a Primary Care Hub in Gloucester City Centre.Continue reading
Cotswold Transport Planning were part of the design team that gained planning approval for the expansion of Winchcombe School and a new sports hall.Continue reading
Cotswold Transport Planning were an integral part of the design team that gained unanimous planning approval for a new Secondary School located at Farm Lane/Kidnappers Lane in Cheltenham.Continue reading
Cotswold Transport Planning (CTP) produced a Technical Note in support of whether prior approval was required for a proposed change of use at Timbercombe House, Charlton Kings Business Park, Cheltenham. The report addressed all issues raised by the Local Highway Authority and resulted in the scheme - which entailed change of use from offices (B1(a)) to residential dwellings - being accepted without any prior approval, thus providing additional residential accommodation to a desirable suburban area on the outskirts of Cheltenham town centre.Continue reading
Cotswold Transport Planning has carried out the first year of measures and monitoring for a development located in Long Hanborough, Oxfordshire. The work undertaken accounts for one year of a five-year Travel Plan.Continue reading
Planning Permission Granted at Rosemaund Farm, Herefordshire – The Home of Chase Distillery and Chase Farm
Cotswold Transport Planning were appointed to support an application to regularise existing operations and associated HGV movements at Rosemaund Farm, Preston Wynne, Herefordshire in the form of obtaining retrospective planning permission.Continue reading
Cotswold Transport Planning provided transport planning inputs on two Gloucester City Homes sites on Oakleaze and Meadowleaze in Longlevens, Gloucester.Continue reading
Cotswold Transport Planning were instructed to prepare a Transport Assessment, Student Moving In/Moving Out Strategy and Preliminary Design of Off-Site Highways Works in support of the mixed use redevelopment of the Old Building Bristol Royal Infirmary for 416 student beds, 62 residential flats, 123sq.m of commercial land uses and the refurbishment of the listed Fripps Chapel building for community uses.Continue reading
Cotswold Transport Planning has assisted Willis & Co in the successful appeal against the refusal to grant planning permission for a development of 1 dwelling and creation of a new access at Land at 1 Reeves Piece, Bratton.Continue reading