Key Transport was first instructed in March 2016 by developer Abacus Projects/Deeley Freed Estates to provide transport planning advice with respect to a mixed-use development including up to 400 new homes on land west of the Goodrington area of Paignton and now named Inglewood.
The directors of KTC are pleased to announce that Felicity Flanagan has been promoted to Senior Transport Planner. Felicity joined KTC as a graduate in April 2013 having obtained an MSc in Planning, and quickly established herself as an important member of the team. Felicity's technical...Read More
Matt Jewell joined KTC, on a temporary contract as a Principal Transport Planner, in June 2017. Having had over 14 years’ experience since graduating from Cardiff University in 2003 with a BSc (Hons) in City and Regional Planning, Matt has been involved on a number of projects since...Read More
KTC were delighted to help Longleat Enterprises – famous for its Longleat house and Safari Park - to secure consent for its latest major venture, a 250 bedroom hotel, water park and animal experience on a site adjacent to the A36 Warminster Bypass. KTC have advised Longleat on a number of...Read More
Key Transport Consultants is a well-established transport planning consultancy based in Bristol. We are looking to recruit an experienced Transport Planner to expand our team and assist with the production of Transport Assessments and Travel Plans for planning applications.
We provide...Read More
Over the first weekend of October 2016, five members of the Key Transport Consultants team jetted off to Bordeaux to investigate practices within the city, which is of a similar size to the West of England, and twinned with Bristol.
The aim of the study tour...Read More
Acting for Cubex KTC has been providing transport advice on a major development located in the centre of Bristol.
Finzels Reach is 1.9 hectare mixed use development site located on a former brewery in the centre of Bristol. The £250 million development includes a 168 bed hotel,...Read More
KTC is pleased to be working with Royal London Asset Management on its high profile 350,000sqft development at Glassfields fronting Temple Way within the Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone. The mixed use development comprises four buildings providing office space and a residential...Read More
KTC was pleased to assist Kilo Properties in securing planning permission for an M&S foodhall on the site of Exmouth Bus Station in Exmouth. The bus station served only a limited number of bus services and these now call at facilities nearby.
The foodhall includes a...Read More
KTC assisted with the planning consent in 2008 for Bank Place, the redevelopment of the former Temple Way House in central Bristol. Apart from the demolition of the former Clerical Medical office, the development stalled due to the economic recession. KTC was therefore delighted to...Read More