KTC first worked on proposals to redevelop the redundant and derelict industrial buildings between Redcliff Street, Three Queens Lane and St Thomas Street in 2007. This culminated in a planning consent in 2010 for mixed use office led development but the scheme stalled as a result of the...Read More
A resolution to grant planning permission was given by the B&NES planning committee in December 2016 for 250 homes and primary school at East Keynsham.
Acting for Mactaggart & Mickel KTC has been providing transport advice on this major land interest for a number of years and...Read More
Acting for Hopkins Developments KTC provided transport advice on a new concrete batching plant on the outskirts of Wincanton which received planning permission in December 2016.
A previous scheme for the site included significant offsite highway works comprising enlarging an existing...Read More
Having worked on this site for various clients since 2008 it was pleasing to see the site gain planning permission in October 2016 and Linden Homes are now in the process of developing the site for 114 homes.
The site has an interesting history being first developed as a brass mill in...Read More
The four authorities which comprise the West of England area (including Bristol City, South Gloucestershire, Bath and North East Somerset and North Somerset Councils) have formally agreed to work together on a Joint Strategic Planning Strategy (JSPS). The Pre-Commencement document is the...Read More
Transport Minister Baroness Kramer officially opened the new £13 million multi-storey car park at Bristol Parkway station on 5th September 2014. The car park improvements provide an extra 710 parking spaces, in addition to the 1,100 already there, and proved to be a real challenge to...Read More
Key Transport Consultants are gearing up to take part in Cycle to Work Day 2014, organised by Cyclescheme, with the aim of encouraging everyone in the office to cycle to work on Thursday September 4th 2014.
Last year’s event saw tens of thousands of cyclists from...Read More
An appeal relating to 75 dwellings and employment use in Templecombe was allowed with an award of costs against Somerset County Council for its position on highway access.
KTC, acting for Mead Realisations and working with Ian Jewson Planning, successfully argued that the appropriate...Read More