Paul Basham Associates prepared a Transport Statement and Travel Plan for the much needed redevelopment of an industrial site in Great Western Industrial Park, Southall, North West London, on behalf of client Chancerygate.
The site has been un-occupied since January 2016 but included almost 5,000m2 of B1c/B2/B8 uses. The redevelopment proposals include refurbishment of the buildings and construction of 2 mezzanine floors to create a multi-unit scheme of 7 units providing flexible B1c/B2/B8 uses.
Paul Basham Associates successfully demonstrated that the redevelopment proposals would have a minimal effect on the local road network as it would result in a modest number of additional vehicle movements within an industrial area.
In particular it was demonstrated that the effect on the Armstrong Way/Windmill Lane junction would be minimal with an increase of less than 1% of additional development traffic on the Armstrong Way arm of the junction.
Our advice ensured that The London Plan’s vehicle parking standards were adhered to with a total of 22 car parking spaces proposed for the 5,390m2 of industrial use which Ealing Borough Council considered to be acceptable.
We are delighted to report that the site received planning permission on 10th March 2017 and to contribute towards the delivery of a key commercial site for the local area.