New Swansea Office!

Asbri Transport is delighted to announce the opening of an office in Swansea. This office will be headed by Patrick O’Connor who has over 20 years transport planning experience most recently with Milestone Transport Planning and Denis Wilson/Haskoning.

By Admin // On August 28th, 2013 // In Company News

Barratt Homes Wonastow Road, Monmouth

We are providing support to Barratt Homes regarding a major site allocation within Monmouth. The site has been allocated within Monmouthshire’s Draft Local Development Plan for housing and employment uses and we aim to demonstrate how the development will be delivered within the plan period.

By Admin // On August 8th, 2013 // In Project news

Redevelopment of former Revlon Factory, Maesteg

We have been appointed to produce a Transport Assessment and Travel Plan in support of the redevelopment of the former Revlon factory in Maesteg. The redevelopment of this 20 acre site includes residential, community and employment uses and is a joint venture between Bridgend County Borough Council and Clowes Developments.

By Admin // On July 28th, 2013 // In Project news

Persimmon Homes Carmarthen West

We are pleased to be continuing our relationship with Persimmon Homes and have recently been appointed to assist with their Carmarthen West development. This is a development of nearly 400 residential units, community facilities and primary school and the site forms part of the Carmarthen West Development Brief Area.

By Admin // On June 20th, 2013 // In Project news

Neath Town Centre Regeneration

Asbri Transport are pleased to be working with Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council considering the transport implications of the redevelopment of part of the town centre. This includes additional retail, café, restaurant and residential use together with a new multi storey car park.

By Admin // On May 27th, 2013 // In Project news

Liberty Stadium submission of planning application

Asbri Transport recently submitted a Transport Assessment and Travel Plan as part of a planning application for the proposed expansion of the Liberty Stadium on behalf of Swansea City AFC. This follows extensive consultation and analysis of the current travel patterns of supporters and the production of a range of travel measures that minimise the impact of the stadium and cater for the geographic spread of supporters.

By Admin // On April 29th, 2013 // In Project news

Oliver Smith

Oliver Smith is now assisting us with our busy workload in the Cardiff office. Oly has over 10 years experience in transport planning most recently at White Young Green and Colin Buchanan.

By Admin // On March 4th, 2013 // In Company News

New graduate position

Here at Asbri Transport our small team, in our Cardiff office, has a rapidly increasing workload and we are set to expand. We are looking to recruit a graduate to assist with transport planning and traffic engineering work for development related projects. Applicants should have an engineering or planning background and be either newly qualified or up to two years experience. If you are interested please send your CV to

By Admin // On February 5th, 2013 // In Company News

Aberpergwm Colliery 25 year plan

We have a long relationship working with Walter Energy/Western Coal, providing specialist advice related to their on-going mining operations, including the construction of an on-site washery. At present we are advising on a planning application to extend the current mining permission for 25 years. Our advice deals with the road based movement of coal, construction impact and staff travel.

By Admin // On January 15th, 2013 // In Project news

Liberty Stadium Expansion

As keen football supporters, we are delighted to be a part of the proposals to expand the Liberty Stadium from 20,000 to 32,000 seats. The Swans are selling out every match and increasing the capacity of the stadium reflects their Premier League status. We are currently developing a strategy to manage travel demand and minimise the local disruption on match days.

By Admin // On December 14th, 2012 // In Project news

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