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Happy New Year

Many thanks to all our clients and associates who made 2014 such a successful and enjoyable year. We would like to wish everyone a happy and prosperous 2015!

Wednesday, 31 December, 2014

Consent for Gallions Quarter

Planning permission was granted yesterday for Gallions Quarter which forms the next stage in the on-going development of the Royal Docks in East London. The scheme, promoted by Notting Hill Housing, United House and Galliford Try, will incorparate up to 800 dwellings, 2650sqm of commercial space, two new public parks and a temporary energy centre. Entran provided a full Environmental Statement in support of the planning application; we are delighted with this successful outcome.

Thursday, 11 December, 2014

Harwoods Jaguar Land Rover

We were really pleased to hear that Harwoods Jaguar Land Rover recently received planning permission for their new flagship showroom and smart repair workshop in Crawley.

Thursday, 27 November, 2014

TA Guidance archived

According to the website the DfT 'Guidance on Transport Assessment' (2007) has today been archived and is now offically superseded by the far less useful transport evidence bases in plan making.

Wednesday, 22 October, 2014

For he's a jolly good Fellow

Congratulations to Richard Fitter who has been made a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers. The ICE describes the grade of Fellow as their "highest and most senior grade of membership, reserved for senior civil engineers who have made a significant contribution to the civil engineering profession or have advanced the practice of engineering."

Tuesday, 21 October, 2014

Success for Baradene 1st XI football team

Many congratulations to Baradene 1st XI who won the New Zealand Senior Schools Grant Jarvis football tournament in Wellington earlier this month. Entran were proud to sponsor this fantastic team and the tour hoodies (complete with Entran logo!) look great. Well done girls!

Monday, 29 September, 2014

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