If you are making a planning application where a transport statement is either required or is advisable, then I can help you ensure that this statement gives you the best possible chances of obtaining planning permission. Transport statements can help show that small to medium-sized planning projects are compatible with the local neighbourhood, and they will typically include estimates of the amount of traffic a building project will generate, together with a breakdown of how people are most likely to travel.
The aim of transport statement is to demonstrate that the traffic impact of a new development will not cause any undue harm to the immediate vicinity, and transport statements should include a realistic assessment of likely motor traffic movements, combined with estimates of how many people will use public transport, and how many people will use active transport modes, i.e. walking and cycling.
If you would like help preparing a transport statement, please use the enquiry form on the right, and I will get back to you as soon as I can.