Residential

We provide our clients with a comprehensive and coherent service to deliver high quality residential development with real world understanding, coupled with future mobility awareness to ensure the creation of highly liveable places.  Our work in both urban and rural areas ensures local authorities and private sector developers work together to address the UK’s growing need for new homes. 

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Timber Yard, Birmingham

ITP was pivotal in achieving planning permission for Galliard Homes’ flagship development ‘Timber Yard’ in Birmingham city centre.  The scheme consisted of a development to provide 378 apartments and associated commercial and retail space at ground floor level. 

ITP worked with the architects to ensure the parking and servicing areas were integrated successfully and produced a Transport Assessment and Framework Travel Plan that  highlighted the site’s highly sustainable location.  Our work reduced the need to consider wider highway impact and mitigation and helped the site gain full planning permission. 

Station Road, Waddington

The Rolton Group was submitting a planning application for a residential development of 51 dwellings in Waddington, Lincolnshire. 

ITP produced a comprehensive Transport Statement for the development, which showed that the site benefited from good connectivity by sustainable modes despite its edge of town location.  Our involvement helped Lincolnshire County Council grant planning permission for the development. Additionally, we provided enough evidence to demonstrate that a wider highway assessment and further mitigation were not required.

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Woolpit

Woolpit, Suffolk

In the heart of rural Suffolk, ITP provided a full range of services; comprising a Transport Assessment, Travel Plan, public consultation events and detailed highway design on behalf of major house builder, Hopkins Homes. The development consisted of 300 residential units and a primary school. The suite of documents provided in-depth analysis of the local area to help understand the highways needs for the mixed-use site. 

The detailed design work for two new accesses and a spine road through the site helped provide clear evidence of both vehicular, pedestrian and cycle access for the site ultimately ensuring planning permission was granted successfully.

Berry Hill, Mansfield

ITP assisted the Lindhurst group to assist with the preparation of a sustainable public transport strategy and robust Travel Plan to support a major mixed-use development proposal in south Mansfield.  Our ability to establish an evidence-led strategy to underpin the proposed development, supported by effective negotiation skills, ensured the package of measures planned to cater for occupier travel demand was acceptable to the local planning and highways authorities. 

We defined a series of incremental public transport service enhancements, triggered at different stages of development, which are to be implemented alongside planned local walk/cycle improvements. The Travel Plan will be critical to promoting these options to new residents of up to 1,700 houses, and up to 4,000 workers.  

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