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Bryan G Hall are pleased to be able to report that plans to transform a derelict site in the South Bank area of Leeds into a development including the tallest building in the city have been unanimously approved by the City Council.

Bryan G Hall are proud to have been involved in this flagship project and have assisted CEG in the preparation of the planning application by producing the Transport Assessment for the development. The scheme involves offices with ground floor retail and leisure totalling up to 26,100 sqm and further mixed-use elements of up to 103,900 sqm incorporating offices, retail, leisure, hotel, health, education and community uses, parking and up to 750 new homes.
Congratulations to Gillian who married her fiancee Craig at Dunmore Park, Falkirk on Saturday 7th April 2018.

Gillian our Senior Secretary has been with the company since 2004 and we wish her well in her new married life!

Following a Hearing in January, an appeal, on behalf of the land owner, has been allowed with a full award of costs.

The decision grants outline permission for up to 50 houses in Hipperholme, near Halifax, close to the Hipperholme traffic signal junction, with the Inspector accepting that there would be minimal impact balanced against an important contribution to housing supply numbers.

Stuart Wilkins, Director here at Bryan G Hall, said ‘This is a fantastic result for the client, our evidence in relation to the impact on Hipperholme Crossroads and in relation to the design of the site access, was accepted by the Inspector, and I would like to congratulate everyone on the project team, including the support staff here at Bryan G Hall, for a job well done’.
Bryan G Hall have assisted Sheffield United Football Club in the preparation of transport related documents to support a reserved matters application for the proposed South Stand extension.

The proposals would add more than 5,400 seats, taking the stands capacity to 13,995. New executive boxes and a media centre will also be developed.

The existing Cherry Street car park area (which currently has 310 spaces) will be replaced by 296 spaces spread between ground and basement level car parks.

A determination deadline of 11 April has been set.
Bryan G Hall have provided highways and transport support to Morrisons for two new stores that opened in March 2018.

The store at St Ives, Cambridgeshire, includes a new 44,000 sq ft Morrisons foodstore and 10,000 sq ft non food retail unit. Bryan G Hall produced the Travel Plan and Car Park Management Plan for the site together with producing the detailed designs for the s278 highway works.

Th store in Abergavenny includes a new 43,500 sq ft Morrisons foodstore and 234 car parking spaces. Bryan G Hall produced the Transport Assessment and Travel Plan as part of the planning application for the store Following approval of the scheme a Car Park Management Plan was produced for the site together with undertaking the detailed designs for the site access and offsite s278 highway works.

About

Bryan G Hall Consulting Civil and Transportation Planning Engineers, based in Leeds and London, is a specialist Practice that operates throughout the UK and the Isle of Man delivering specialised consulting services to the development industry.

The Practice advises clients in connection with traffic and highway related matters raised by development proposals.  This includes providing solutions for access by car and non-car modes, transportation policy advice and highway infrastructure design.

We have a broad client base ranging from individuals, regional based development companies to multi-nationals who are leaders in the fields of housing, retail, industrial, education and leisure developments.  We have maintained enduring business relationships which have been essential for our development and success. The Practice also provides services to local authorities including undertaking Road Safety Audits for highway schemes.

Recent Projects

Bryan G Hall have assisted DLP Planning Ltd, on behalf of Sheffield Hallam University and Miller Homes, in securing planning consent for a residential scheme on land that was formerly used by the University as playing fields.

A Transport Assessment and Travel Plan was prepared for the development. The Transport Assessment considered the transport issues associated with the proposed residential development and demonstrated that the site was in a sustainable location and offers a wide opportunity for sustainable travel. The Travel Plan document produced identified how trips by non-car modes could be encouraged to the site to minimise the impact on the local highways network.


If you would like to find out how we can provide highways and transport assistance to help you secure planning permission for your development, please get in touch by emailing: info@bryanghall.co.uk
Bryan G Hall have produced transport related documents to assist CEG in submitting a hybrid planning application for a significant 3.52 hectare (8.69 acre) site in South Bank, just minutes from the new southern entrance to Leeds City Station.

The application seeks detailed planning permission for two office developments with ground floor retail and leisure totalling up to 26,100 sq m and outline planning permission for mixed-use development of up to 103,900 sq m of offices, retail, leisure, hotel, health, education and community uses, parking and up to 750 new homes, along with new public spaces and landscaping.

If you would like to find out how we can provide highways and transport assistance to help you secure planning permission for your development, please get in touch by emailing: info@bryanghall.co.uk
Bryan G Hall have assisted Unipart Group, in securing planning consent for a expansion of their warehouse storage facility in Honeybourne.

A Transport Assessment and Travel Plan were prepared for the expansion of the existing storage facility. The Transport Assessment considered the highways impact of the development, including an assessment of the likely trip generation of the proposals and the routing of HGVs on the local transport network.


If you would like to find out how we can provide highways and transport assistance to help you secure planning permission for your development, please get in touch by emailing: info@bryanghall.co.uk
Bryan G Hall assisted with the obtaining Detailed Planning Approval on the recently opened Spa at Rudding Park, Harrogate.

The Practice was first involved with Rudding Park in 2008 when it produced a Transport Statement and Travel Plan for the extension to the Hotel. The spa, recently opened, was the subject of a Transport Statement and Travel Plan, produced by Bryan G Hall.



If you would like to find out how we can provide highways and transport assistance to help you secure planning permission for your development, please get in touch by emailing: info@bryanghall.co.uk
Bryan G Hall have assisted Scarborough Group to secure planning permission for a new retail and industrial/Trade Counter development located on Buslingthorpe Lane, Leeds.

A detailed Transport Assessment and Travel Plan was prepared for the development. The Transport Assessment determined the impact of the proposed development on a sensitive part of the transport network including a large signalised junction that required close working with the Council. The Travel Plan identified how trips by non-car modes could be encouraged to the site to minimise the impact.

The site had challenging topography and the the design team produced designs for the ramps into the site and undertook both horizontal and vertical vehicle auto-tracking to demonstrate the suitability of the layout.


If you would like to find out how we can provide highways and transport assistance to help you secure planning permission for your development, please get in touch by emailing: info@bryanghall.co.uk

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