Clutter Buster

The Traffic Light Tree, Docklands, London. Is it clutter or public art? Beauty is in the eye of the beholder (although we think it’s great!) It's been a while since we posted here, but it's nice to do so again on the release of the latest guide in our "Making Streets Better" series. "Clutter Buster"…Read more Clutter Buster

Blood, Sweat & Tears

There is a great deal of talk about a future of autonomous vehicles, a connected world and the automation of jobs, but wrestling active travel into our streets will surely need people rather than AI and robots? While great strides have been made in the use of computers for design work (especially laboriously crunching levels)…Read more Blood, Sweat & Tears

The Joy Of Kerbs

Now out as a draft, our latest guide takes a look at the world of kerbs, covering the following themes;   The basics, Kerb types, Kerb materials Installation Creative uses of kerbs What's missing Running throughout the document, we provide photographs and diagrams showing how kerbs fit into the street and with an emphasis on…Read more The Joy Of Kerbs

Filtered Permeability

It's been at a relatively gentle pace, but we're in the process of putting the finishing touches to our first home-grown project to develop a training package and guidance for delivering filtered permeability schemes. Thanks to those who have provided feedback, it is very much appreciated. The draft guidance is still available on our Services…Read more Filtered Permeability