National Highways (formerly known as Highways England) published an informative document entitled 'The strategic road network, Planning for the Future, A guide to working with Highways England on planning matters' which can be read here.
This protocol was prepared to assist developers and their representatives in working alongside National Highways when submitting planning applications for developments which could have an impact on the strategic road network. It is also designed to assist Local Planning Authorities, Local Highway Authorities and National Highways internal planning teams in the review of planning applications to enable prompt and consistent responses.
By working in this way, all parties will have the opportunity to avoid abortive costs and to minimise potential delays through the planning process.
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Swept Path Analysis and Visibility Drawing incorporated into a Technical Note, Proposed Residential Dwelling, Colchester.
Highway Statement, Proposed Residential Development, Stockport
Transport Assessment, Proposed Residential Development (170 dwellings), Essex
Speed Survey, Proposed Private Residential Development – Testimonial
Access Feasibility Study, Proposed Private Residential Development – Testimonial
Analysis of Speed Survey and Swept Path Analysis
Stage 2 Road Safety Audit, Residential, Staffordshire
Construction Traffic Management Plan
Flood Risk Assessment, Testimonial, Industrial Development, Sheffield
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