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  Date And Time  October 22, 2018, 6:29 pm

Transport Plans


What is transport plan?

  • A transport impact assessment is undertaken by the applicant to establish whether or not the proposal will have a negative impact on transport and parking in the area surrounding the proposed development.
  • If the proposal is for a larger development such as a new school, a Transport Plan supporting acceptable, safe and sustainable travel movements including car and cycle parking arrangements may be required by the local authority.
  • Some local authorities may also require parking stress surveys to be undertaken – often these surveys have different names but essentially require similar information.

Who prepares transport plan and how?

  • Transport assessments and plans are usually carried out by transport engineers.
  • Information about the proposal is sent to a transport planner who will undertake either a desk top study or a site survey.
  • Once the survey is completed the transport planner/engineer usually produces a report or assessment with conclusions to satisfy the local Council’s transport policy criteria.

How much should a transport plan cost me?

Please note: permitted development rights only apply to houses and do not apply to flats, maisonettes or other buildings. you will need full planning permission for all works to a flat or maisonette. Read more.

Submit Transport Plan Enquiry

Transport Plans - Example 01

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Transport Plans - Example 02

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