Asbri Transport have had quite a year.

We’ve advised and successfully provided transport planning services to several national house builders and many social housing providers, 4 major new school applications, several drive-throughs and processed 3 x S247 highway stopping up applications. We’ve also contributed to several LDP reps.

We have advised 2 health boards in Wales on important NHS developments.

In addition, we continue our travel planning activities and are pleased to see many clients now committing to, and implementing TPs with enthusiasm.

Thanks to the team, all our clients, fellow development consultants and LPA & HA officers.

Now it’s decompression time over a peaceful Christmas.

By Katie Williams // On December 21st, 2022 // In Company News

Residential development of 230 dwellings at land to the north and south of Grafton Lane, Hereford.

Asbri Transport Limited are pleased to have provided all transport planning services for Taylor Wimpey Plc for a 230-unit residential development on land near Grafton Lane and adjacent to the A49 trunk Road, to the south of the city of Hereford.

The development will be served by a new signal-controlled junction providing access to the A49 trunk road. It will also deliver a Traffic Regulation Order to allow a section of Grafton Lane in the vicinity of the site to be only be used by pedestrians, cyclists and equestrians.

The project entailed the production of a comprehensive Transport Assessment, technical addenda, a Travel Plan and a Walking, Cycling and Horse-Riding Assessment to DMRB standard, believed to be one of the first undertaken in the UK.

We worked successfully with SYSTRA who undertook VISSIM strategic traffic modelling of the development’s impact on the A49. We were also involved with the safety audit process relevant to the highway works that will provide the development’s access from the trunk road. We led on all transport planning negotiations with National Highways during the extensive planning process.

We have worked collaboratively since 2015 with a multi-disciplinary project team and successfully led all negotiations with National Highways, and Herefordshire Council, the local Highway Authority from scheme inception to conclusion of the outline planning process.

By Katie Williams // On September 30th, 2022 // In Project news

Mumbles, Swansea

Asbri Transport Limited are pleased to have provided all transport planning services to this mixed-use (retail & residential) development in Mumbles, Swansea.  We produced a comprehensive Transport Assessment, which assessed the development’s impact on the local area and the nearby pedestrian environment. We led on bus movement considerations during the planning process and for the duration of the development’s construction.

The M&S Food Hall commenced trading on 22nd January 2020.



By Admin // On January 24th, 2020 // In Company News,Project news,talk









By Admin // On February 25th, 2016 // In Project news

Solar park planning applications

Asbri Transport has been appointed to produce access appraisals and construction management plans for eight solar parks in Wales and Southern England in the last two weeks!  The rapid growth of solar parks looks set to continue despite plans to reduce subsidies in the sector.

By Admin // On June 2nd, 2014 // In Project news

Neath Port Talbot Hospital

Successfully achieved consent for a change of use at Neath Port Talbot Hospital from nursing accommodation to hospital office administration use.

By Admin // On May 7th, 2014 // In Project news

Sainsbury’s Gowerton

We produced a Transport Statement and access design for a local foodstore in Gowerton which received consent today.

By Admin // On April 3rd, 2014 // In Project news

Successful appeal decision for residential development, Llantwit Fadre

We overcame significant highway objections in relation to the redevelopment of land in Llantwit Fadre for housing association residential use.  Congratulations to Rhondda Housing for this successful outcome.

By Admin // On March 1st, 2014 // In Project news

Planning consents at last night’s committee in Swansea

Asbri Transport provided transport advice for three schemes that received consent at last night’s committee in Swansea including: an extension to the Toyoda Factory in Gorseinon; and two Grwp Gwalia residential schemes, on surplus education land, in Swansea and Morriston.

By Admin // On February 12th, 2014 // In Project news

Rhondda Cynon Taff residential consents

Consent was granted for two housing association schemes in Beddau and Hawthorn, RCT.  We are pleased to have assisted with the transport and sustainability issues associated with these two developments.

By Admin // On February 6th, 2014 // In Project news

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