Entran were thrilled to attend the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham today to cheer on a former employee, JohnPaul Balloqui who was competing for Gibraltar in the 100m butterfly at the Sandwell Aquatics Centre. He won his heat, knocking over a second off his lifetime best, but narrowly missed out on going through to the finals. What an excellent experience for JP and a great day out for us. #B2022.
Monday, 01 August, 2022
Yesterday, Southwark Council resolved to grant plannig permission for the regeneration of the Tustin Estate on the Old Kent Road. The scheme will be referred to the GLA, but LBE planning committee approved the hybrid planning appication for 690 new homes, comprising 249 replacement homes for existing residents, reprovision of existing businesses and Pilgrim's Way School plus the construction of 441 new homes. The scheme includes refurbishment, replacement and new homes with approximately 70% afordable tenure.
The new dwellings will be car-free but existing residents will be able to retain their parking permits, subject to a longer-term plan to reduce parking across the site. The entire scheme was designed using TfL's Healthy Streets approach to promote walking and cycling as a first choice of transport.
Entran provided Transportation and Environmental consultancy services on this interesting project and are delighted with Southwark's decision.
Wednesday, 20 July, 2022
Ealing Council has granted planning permission for a nine-storey mixed-use development in Hanwell comprising the retention of Gold's Gym at ground and first floors plus 43 new flats above [215983FUL]. The client was Vivastar Leisure and Keith Horn Architects led the design team. A good result and a great scheme.
Monday, 20 June, 2022
We are delighted to announce that David Adams has been promoted to Associate Director. Dave has been with Entran since its inception and his well deserved promotion reflects his important role within the company.
Thursday, 05 May, 2022
We have been working with the Amaravati Buddhist Monastery in Great Gaddesden for almost ten years now. We were therefore very pleased when Dacorum Borough Council granted planning permission for a new Sala last week. The Sala is key to the Monastery's daily activities and acts as the main meeting place for members of the public and the monastic community, and a place for receiving food and other offerings. Entran provided the Transport Statement and secured a new means of access to the public highway.
Tuesday, 19 April, 2022