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

Waterside Centre, Swansea, SA1

Waterstone Estates and 55 Plus Ltd submitted a planning application to Swansea City Council today for a mixed use residential, retail and leisure scheme on the Swansea waterfront. We assisted Rio Architects with the on-site design for this £20 million development and also produced the Transport Assessment, Travel Plan and servicing and parking strategy.

By Admin // On September 20th, 2012 // In Project news

Planning approval for 2 Cardiff schemes

Two schemes in Cardiff, that Asbri Transport has been involved in, received consent today at Cardiff City Council Planning Committee. Asbri Transport supported proposals by LG Urban Developments Ltd to develop purpose built student accommodation for 275 students near City Road. We prepared a Transport Statement that considered daily transport patterns and considered how these patterns vary throughout the academic year.

The second scheme is a small residential conversion of The Maltings Public House in Canton for Taff Housing. We provided a Transport Statement and carried out an extensive assessment of parking demand.

By Admin // On September 12th, 2012 // In Project news

Construction material recycling centre, Penparc, Ceredigion

Planning permission was granted for a construction material recycling centre by Ceredigion County Council. Asbri Transport provided advice related to heavy goods vehicle movements, manoeuvrability and access design.

By Admin // On June 20th, 2012 // In Project news

Barratt Homes Parc Tyn y Coed, Bridgend

We were pleased to support Barratt Homes’ successful application to change the previous planning permission for 300 houses at Sarn, Bridgend. This involved changes to the access arrangements and removing the requirement for a second access.

By Admin // On May 31st, 2012 // In Project news

St Cadoc’s Hospital consent

We were pleased to work with Aneurin Bevan Local Health Board in achieving consent for a change of use for the hospital.

By Admin // On April 25th, 2012 // In Project news

Llampeter Rugby Club

Asbri Transport assisted Llampeter Rugby Club in obtaining consent for their new training facilities. As keen rugby fans we are always happy to support the game however we can!

By Admin // On March 31st, 2012 // In Project news

University of Aberystwyth

We assisted the University of Aberystwyth to secure planning consent at Penglais Farm for 1,000 bedroom student accommodation. The key issues that we dealt with included the capacity of the immediate trunk road network to meet the predicted demand. We proposed adequate mitigation measures, junction improvements and the production of a Travel Plan.

By Admin // On February 28th, 2012 // In Project news

The Vale of Glamorgan Draft Local Development Plan

The Vale of Glamorgan issued its draft Local Development Plan today. If you require assistance with promoting a site, please contact us.

By Admin // On February 20th, 2012 // In Talking point

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