In 2016-18 we visited more than 20 new housing developments to assess their levels of car-dependency. Read a summary of what we found.
Transport for New Homes Award
The Transport for New Homes Award, part of Transport Planning Day 2019, celebrated non car-dependent housing.
Due to social distancing measures we are not currently planning any events, but you can browse presentations from our past events.
The planning inspector has rejected plans for 2 garden communities in Essex. Local people have long argued that they would become car-dependent sprawl, lacking infrastructure to serve them sustainably.
Congrats @RosieP4 & @120cause!
This looks to be an interesting and timely free event next week from @PlaceAllianceUK. https://t.co/LPxcm4XZvc
Register for the online launch of "Delivering urban quality – time to get serious" which sets out the case for a Design Quality Unit for England. In partnership with @designcouncil @UCL_BSP @civic_voice @CPRE @UDGUrbanUpdate @TDAG_TalkTree - https://t.co/732JWsuWTs https://t.co/9QJEVug2gJ
34 people have kindly told us how their planning authority is adapting to social distancing.
Many have moved to remote planning committees. Some (not all) let the public watch & speak at committee meetings.
Our survey closes today; we'd love your input: https://t.co/M6xrKkcWHC