Residential Projects

Staneyhill, Lerwick, Shetland
ECS prepared a Transport Assessment and Traffic and Transport Environmental Statement Chapter to support a planning application for up to 400 residential units at Staneyhill, Lerwick.  The input from ECS identified that the likely generation form the proposed development could be accommodated on the transport network with the inclusion of suitably designed link road and various footway connections.  The application was approved with minimal transportation related conditions.


Blairland Farm, Dalry
ECS were commissioned to undertake a Transport Assessment to support a planning application for 200 residential units on land within Blairland Farm, Dalry.  The site is located between existing residential properties and the Ayrshire railway line which presented challenges for securing multiple access points to the site as encouraged by Designing Streets Policy.  ECS designed two access junctions and associated traffic calming which gained the support of North Ayrshire Council Roads Department and formed the basis of input to the concept masterplan layout.  The application gained consent in June 2015 with minimal conditions.


Mains Farm, North Berwick
ECS prepared a residential Travel Plan Leaflet for Walker Group to assist in the purification of an associated planning condition attached to the planning consent for Mains Farm, North Berwick.  The leaflet details the available transport infrastructure and services available to residents and will be included as part of the welcome pack presented to purchaser of new homes within the site.


Residential Development, Strathpeffer
ECS prepared a Transport Statement to support an application for 15 residential units at Nutwood, Strathpeffer.  The site is located some distance from the public road and only accessible by a single track private road which has a sub-standard junction on to the public road network.  ECS designed a new access junction and access road with passing places which minimised the impact on exiting mature trees and  gained the support of The Highland Council.