Redevelopment of 1960’s sub-level car park to provide a new build development of 60 residential units with basement parking. The key challenges addressed as part of the highways assessment included the re-provision of current parking demand, design of the new basement car park to meet current design standards and the formulation of a servicing strategy to serve the new development and neighbouring residential site. The scheme was granted planning consent in November 2017 - Image courtesy of David Miller Architects
Conversion and extension of former shopping parade to provide a new Waitrose food store. The rear of the site former comprised of a Council run car park and lock-up garages, such as part of the development, parking reallocation was carried out to provide new car parks for the Council and Waitrose. Extensive work was carried out on servicing of the site by means of time controlled access to Leatherhead’s pedestrianised high street. The new Waitrose food store opened for business in Janary 2017.
Conversion of former office accommodation in the centre of Bath to provide a new Travelodge hotel. Issues addressed as part of the work carried out by Paul Mew Associates included assessment of parking provision for hotel guests as well as devising a servicing management strategy at this key city centre location. The new hotel opened in Autumn 2017.
Paul Mew Associates supports a successful planning application for the redevelopment of 194-196 Cricklewood Broadway to provide a new ASDA supermarket with a basement car park plus 96 residential dwellings with additional parking provided in an adjacent parking deck. The application was supported by a comprehensive Transport Assessment which included a TRANSYT junction impact assessment of the A5 Cricklewood Broadway junction with Depot Approach and the adjoining A5 Cricklewood Broadway junction with Cricklewood Lane and Chichele Road, as well as separate Workplace and Residential Travel Plans. Barnet Council planning reference 17/0233/FUL.
Paul Mew Associates supports a successful planning application for the demolition of part of the western section of the site and the construction of a new four-storey building providing a new visitor centre, box office, and retail space. We prepared a Transport Assessment, a Construction Logistics Plan, a Delivery Service Plan, and a Travel Plan for submission with the planning application. Southwark Council planning reference 16/AP/3009.
Paul Mew Associates prepares supporting parking, access, and servicing information for submission with a successful planning application for the conversion of 38 sheltered flats into 18 general needs dwellings. Hounslow Council planning reference P/2017/1637.
Paul Mew Associates was instructed by Basildon Council to assist with plans for the redevelopment of 36 lock-up garages to provide three new terrace houses with associated access and parking. A robust parking assessment inclusive of a parking survey was carried out to assess the potential impact of the loss of the garages. The plans were granted permission in May 2017. Basildon Council planning reference 17/00664/FUL.
Paul Mew Associates supports a successful planning application for the proposed expansion at Sittingbourne Community College. The development will incorporate new classrooms, revisions to the internal access and parking layouts, together with a brand new site access from the A2 Canterbury Road to serve access to a new coach and taxi drop-off/pick-up area. We prepared a Transport Assessment and facilitated a Stage 1 Road Safety Audit as part of the planning submission. Kent County Council planning reference KCC/SW/0095/2016.
Paul Mew Associates prepared a Transport Statement and a Framework Travel Plan for the creation of eight new classrooms at the Sandy Hill Academy, St Austell, Cornwall. The proposals were granted planning permission in September 2016, Cornwall County Council planning reference PA16/07657. The development at the Sandy Hill Academy is one of a large number of schools included in the Cornwall Schools Basic Needs Programme 2015-2017 which we have worked on in partnership with Mace and Bailey Partnership.