East London regeneration plans secure sustainable student homes

Planning consent has been granted, subject to Section 106 obligations, for a new development at Grove Crescent Road in Stratford.  The mixed-use regeneration scheme will deliver 22,000 square feet of workspace for local artists and creators, 397 purpose-built student homes and improvements to the public realm.  The development will be car free, with residents encouraged
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The Rowe urban office first for Frasers Property

Balancing competing needs for urban office first

Development on constrained, inner-city sites can accentuate the need to balance competing requirements.  The priorities of the property developer, planning authority, Transport for London (TfL), future users and the local community all need to be satisfied, for successful execution of the project to deliver value to its myriad stakeholders.  In a recent commission, the added
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Muse development at Stoke Wharf Slough

Waterside scheme breathes new life into Berkshire town

A neglected area of Slough will soon be transformed into a vibrant community for new residents and visitors, with active travel at the heart of its design.  Stoke Wharf will deliver a waterside development of homes, restaurants and open spaces for retail and leisure opportunities, making full use of a revitalised basin on the Grand
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Motion transport planning for ice rink in Bracknell

Goal for elite ice sports

An ice rink recently opened its doors in Bracknell following planning consent in early 2021.  The facility will focus its offering on figure skating and elite ice hockey training for small groups, or games for up to eight players per match.  Local parking standards were tested in the project, in which Motion had to quickly
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