Our Client appointed us today to act as their Highway Engineers to prepare a Transport Assessment for a Proposed Residential Development in West Yorkshire.
Monthly Archives: August 2012
Today, we were instructed by our Client to act as their Highway Planning Consultant on a very interesting project to carry out Detailed Highway Design Work for a Proposed Residential Development in West Yorkshire.
Thank you for the swept path analysis. I am very impressed with the quick turn round and quality of information provided and will be using your company again in the future. Many thanks.
We appreciate being instructed by our Client to act as their Transportation Consultant to carry out a Site Visit and prepare Highway Design Drawings for a Proposed Healthcare Facility in West Yorkshire.
We are pleased another new Client has entrusted us with their scheme today to carry out a Swept Path Analysis for a Proposed Residential Development in London.
Another Client entrusted us with their project and appointed us today to act as their Transport Consultants to provide our Highways Advice for a Proposed Healthcare Facility in West Yorkshire.
We are pleased to receive instruction from our Client today to carry out a Stage 2 Road Safety Audit for a Proposed Healthcare Facility in South Yorkshire.
Marks & Spencer opened its new 151,000 sq ft store at Cheshire Oaks on Wednesday 29th August, promising a ‘new retail experience for customers’.
The store is the largest M&S in the country outside of London and will create 100’s of new jobs. The store features include free wi-fi, ‘browse and order’ screens and the largest home interiors department in the group’s UK portfolio at 18,000 sq ft.
Steve Rowe, M&S director of retail, said to Place North West: “In line with our strategy to develop an exciting, easy to shop retail experience for our customers, our Cheshire Oaks store will encapsulate the latest & very best of M&S design and cutting-edge retail technology.
“Here at our brand new flagship store, our customers will find a fresh approach to shopping and customers service, enhanced by interactive technology that creates a truly unique consumer environment. This store represents the future of retail – a dynamic, interactive space that will redefine what it is like to shop at M&S.”
Cheshire Oaks’ is the greenest store M&S has built, using carbon-absorbing hemp wall panels, rainwater harvesting and sustainable timber in the roof and first floor.
Sanderson Associates are proud to have been involved in this exciting project from its conception through to store opening, providing Highways, Traffic and Transportation Engineering Consultancy services, assisting in the stores successful delivery.
We initially reported our appointment to this scheme on the 29th January 2010 in this post within this Blog.
In February 2012 Sanderson Associates provided highway evidence at a public inquiry into the development of a site for residential use at Treeton near Rotherham, where the Local Planning Authority refused the planning application on the basis that the site should in their opinion be retained for retail purposes to improve local facilities.
Expert witness evidence was provided by Bob Greenwood, one of our Associate Directors, on matters of sustainability in relation to access to the facilities already available in the village and to those outside of the village envelope which would be attainable by sustainable modes of travel.
In his decision received in June 2012 the Inspector concluded that ‘I find that the proposal accords with the development plan and that there is a clear and pressing need for further residential development, which provides strong support for the appeal proposal’.
We were today appointed by our Client to act as their Highway Engineers to provide a Highway Statement for a Proposed Residential Development in London.