July 3, 2009 - The Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) has published its latest Policy Advice Note on Inland Waterways - Unlocking the Potential and Securing the Future of Inland Waterways through the Planning System. more >
January 11, 2009 - London’s first action plan to restore the capital’s rivers and create a better place for people and wildlife has been launched. The aim is to restore 15 kilometres of Thames tributaries by 2015, on rivers such as the Roding, Wandle, Colne and many others. more >
In terms of pedestrian movement modelling and design analysis, there are dedicated tools used by specialist pedestrian modellers like Intelligent Space, and by analysis-led practices such as Space Syntax. Data from these analyses can be fed into the design process in the same way as other specialist analyses, for example noise and light assessments.
The Greenwich Peninsula is a highly constrained development site bearing the scars of a diverse industrial history. Covering 74 hectares with 2.5 km of river frontage, its comprehensive regeneration marks one of the largest planning applications ever submitted in London and presented significant challenges to the design team
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