Birmingham Post covers our office moveread more...
DfT Circular 02/2013, published on 10th September, now reflects the relevant test in the NPPF, noting that development should only be prevented or refused on transport grounds where the residual cumulative impacts of development are severe.
The HA's prime consideration is still the continued safe operation of its network, but this move should present opportunities for some development sites which have been constrained by capacity issues on nearby strategic roads. Read the full circular here.
These are all cities where cycling has been growing strongly in recent years. The project will look at how these cities have designed and built new cycling facilities, and will feed directly into the update of the London Cycling Design Standards, which is now underway.
Phil has already met with officials at the National Transportation Authority and ridden new bike lanes and tracks in Dublin. At the time of writing he on his way to New York, where he will be meeting with the Department of Transport there.
The proposed development comprises 4,500 dwellings, a new business park, primary and secondary schools, a district centre and a new Park and Ride facility. Further information is on the Planning Portal and additional details will soon be available on the project website.
The appointment coincides with a move to new office premises in the heart of Clerkenwell. We would like to extend a warm welcome to Cullan as he helps to grow the PJA brand in London and the South East.
Phil Jones has been appointed as an Expert Advisor on Transport Engineering in Northern Ireland.read more...
Phil will advise the Ministerial Advisory Group on Architecture and Built Environment, within the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure. His will advise on Transport Engineering matters and his appointment will run for a three year term until June 2016.
Phil Jones Associates celebrates it's 10th birthday today!read more...
The company has grown significantly from humble beginnings to the large team that exists today. Recent developments have seen new appointments, diversification into urban design and a forthcoming move to larger premises. We very much look forward to working with all our clients and colleagues over the next 10 years!