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New DfT Advice Note on the adoption of roads

The DfT has published an Advice Note on the adoption of new roads so that they are maintainable at public expense. The Advice Note is intended to set out best practice on the adoption of new roads for all those involved in the construction or purchase of new homes. Details can be found here.

Friday, 21 April, 2017

Stobart Biomass in Rotherham

Entran provided environmental and transportation consultancy services to help Stobart secure planning permission for a 150,000 tonnes per annum waste wood processing plant on a former Council depot site at North Drive, Rotherham. Planning permission was granted last week by Rotherham MBC. We have now submitted a full Staff Travel Plan to discharge one of the planning conditions, to allow the plant to open this Summer.

Friday, 21 April, 2017

Resi consent in Harlow

Entran worked as part of a team with DPA (London) Ltd to secure planning permission for 24 apartments on land south-east of Redstone House, Crown Gate, Harlow.

Saturday, 25 March, 2017

Revolve 24

Entran has joined forces with Sol Environment to put in a cycle team for a 24 hour endurance track relay race in September. The Revolve 24 challenge takes place at Brands Hatch and sees teams from across the world competing to clock up the most laps in 24 hours. Team 'Greenway Farm' has entered the four-man category, meaning that each rider will complete around six 20-mile time trials in a day. If you'd like to join us, or put in a team of your own, contact for more details.

Wednesday, 01 February, 2017

Revolve 24

Here's to 2017

Well, it's fair to say 2016 was a pretty momentous year!

Here's to a happy, healthy and prosperous 2017.

Saturday, 31 December, 2016

Appeal decision

Just received an excellent appeal decision [APP/X1925/W/16/3156092]. Permission was granted by PINS for a single dwelling that had been refused by North Herts DC. On every subject the Inspector took a thoroughly pragmatic approach. On the transport matters the general tone was "This isn't a new housing estate this is a historic setting so design 'guidance' should be treated as such and  a common sense approach should be taken'. Excellent decision.

Thursday, 22 December, 2016

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