We appreciate being appointed by another new client to act as their Transport Consultants and prepare a Transport Statement for a proposed Care Home Development in the Isle of Man.
Monthly Archives: April 2018
Our valued client entrusted us with their project with an instruction to act as their Transportation Consultants to provide highway advice on car parking layout for a distribution centre in the North West.
Our Client has instructed us today to act as their Highway Engineers to provide highway advice and prepare a Transport Statement for a proposed residential development in North Yorkshire.
We are pleased our client has entrusted us with their scheme today to provide a Transport Statement for a proposed Public House and Restaurant in South Wales.
We are pleased our client has entrusted us with their scheme today to carry out a Road Safety Audit for a commercial development scheme in the North West.
Today, we were appointed by another new client to act as their Flood Risk consultants with an appointment from them on to prepare a Flood Risk Assessment for a proposed commercial development in the Derbyshire area.
Our engineers’ commenced work today on a new instruction received from our client who have instructed us as their Transportation Consultants, to prepare a Transport Statement for a proposed commercial development in the Isle of Man.
Our valued client entrusted us with their project to act as their Highway Engineers to provide junction surveys and capacity modelling for a food retail outlet situated in the North East of England.
Planning applications registered prior to the 2017 Christmas holiday period have resulted in Spring planning consents for three major projects. Sanderson’s were pleased to provide Transport reports and advice for the planning applications which were granted with Local Highway Authority support.
• Manchester City Centre – Approval for 32 storey student residential development comprising 807 student bed spaces.
• Ilkley, Bradford – Approval for two form entry extension to Ilkley Grammar School for 300 additional students.
• Primary School, Leeds – Approval for early years building, sports and performance hall and reconfiguration of existing school buildings.
Last Friday afternoon; myself (Brett), Darren, Simon and his father Ian, set off on a walk in preparation for the Three Peaks challenge which is now less than 7 weeks away!
The walk would take us from Sanderson House to Linthwaite; a testing 16 mile journey via Kirkburton, Thurstonland, Honley and South Crosland.
The group set off in high spirits (mainly due to an early finish), and the weather was perfect. This was going to be a breeze!
It wasn’t long before the ghosts of blisters past raised their ugly heads and started causing trouble.
(Side note to any inexperienced walkers, such as myself: Make sure you get the right footwear! Any minor discomfort will only get worse as the miles go by!)
Whilst the legs remained fresh, my feet were slowly being reduced to tatters.
Nevertheless, we carried on and the rest of the hike went without a hitch.
Unless of course we include the time Simon (the Transport Planner) ignored his dad’s better judgement and took a wrong turn in Thurstonland; or the time Darren tried jumping over boggy ground, shredded his leg on some brambles and landed in the bog anyway.
As we reached mile 13, my strides grew shorter and shorter. The only way I could keep up was by jogging (which was weirdly more comfortable?!).
At mile 15, we were within spitting distance of the finish line, but by this point I was virtually stationary. Even Simon’s cries of ‘There’s a horse in the field!’ couldn’t speed me up, it only got me dreaming that I could ride it the rest of the way.
But, I battled on and put on a sprint finish (slightly above walking pace) and collapsed on the finish line, joined by Darren, Simon and Ian, who were also feeling the pain.
The walk has opened my eyes to how difficult the Three Peaks challenge is likely to be, and also how much more training I need to do before I’m going to be ready for it.
If you want to take a quick look at the route we took, and also some pictures taken along the way, then click on the play button below.
Also, if you haven’t already, myself and everyone else taking part would very much appreciate any sponsorship we can get via our Just Giving Page. This challenge is by no means going to be a walk in the park, and ultimately the cause is a worthy one!