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Medina Yard approved

After 12 years of discussion, negotiation and consultation, the Harrison Trust received a resolution to grant planning permission last night for their Medina Yard project in Cowes (Isle of Wight). The regeneration project will deliver over 500 new homes, a high quality marine employment area, marine training facilities, a home for the Marine Heritage Museum as well as office, retail and food and drink facilities. The scheme will include new public squares, riverside walkway and a new public slipway; it will also secure the future of the Grade II listed Hamerhead Crane. Entran prepared the complex Transport Assessment and Travel Plan and will now work with Isle of Wight Council on the detailed construction management plan and improvements to local bus and cycle infrastructure.

Wednesday, 28 March, 2018

Medina Yard approved

University of Bath - guest lecture

Rob Williams and Richard Fitter were please to be asked to deliver a guest lecture to a group of second year students at the University of Bath last week. Their lecture on the role Transport Planning in the development industry formed part of a wider Engineering module for students in the Faculty of Engineering and Design.

Monday, 26 March, 2018

Permission for Keybridge School

Last night Lambeth Council planning committee approved Mount Anvil's application for Keybridge School. This comprises Phase 2 of their Keybridge House scheme and will deliver a 4FE primary school at basement, ground and first floor level with 125 new dwellings above.

Wednesday, 21 March, 2018

Permission for Keybridge School

New Audi service centre in Portsmouth

Very pleased to hear that Harwoods received planning permission this week for their new Audi Service Centre at Airspeed Road, Portsmouth. Entran worked with HNW Architects on the scheme which will provide a new 18 bay workshop/MoT centre.

Tuesday, 20 March, 2018

Mayor's Transport Strategy not motorcycle-friendly

The Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) has accused the London Mayor of putting motorcyclists and scooter riders’ lives at risk by failing to recognise them properly in his new 2018 transport strategy for London. Their objection centres on the introduction of reduced lane widths to accommodate cycle lanes, which has made filtering on two-wheeled vehicles more dangerous for riders; but also that the Mayor has decided to give motorcycles and scooters the same congestion charges given to cars, taxis and construction traffic.


Friday, 16 March, 2018

Mayor's Transport Strategy not motorcycle-friendly

Autonomous vehicles on UK public roads

The first use of fully connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) on public roads is set to take place in Oxfordshire, following the announcement of £2.5 million of government funding into a trial project.

The 30-month MultiCAV project will trial self-driving vehicles in and around Milton Park, the large, high-tech business and science hub near Didcot. The vehicles will travel between private roads at Milton Park and the public roads that link the site with nearby transport services.

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Wednesday, 28 February, 2018

Autonomous vehicles on UK public roads

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