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South Yorkshire - Technical Appendix

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This document was identified as part of the UKRLG Project on Design & Maintenance Guidance. South Yorkshire design guide for developers, who will seek for the highways constructed to be adopted under section 38 or 278 of the Highways Act.

Secondary Doc. 09/06/04 UK Roads Liaison Group Add icon
Residential Road and Footpath Standards

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This document was identified as part of the UKRLG Project on Design & Maintenance Guidance. Rhondda Cynon's design guide for developers who will seek for the highways constructed to be adopted under section 38 or 278 of the Highways Act.

Secondary Doc. 01/07/00 UK Roads Liaison Group Add icon
Creating Places: Achieving Quality in Residential Developments

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This guide describes the contributions to quality and sustainability that developers in Northern Ireland will be expected to make through the design of new residential developments. It seeks to ensure that what is designed and built today will be cherished by both present and future generations. The guide is for use by all those involved in the design of new residential developments and the rejuvenation of existing housing areas – primarily house-builders, architects, landscape architects, urban designers, planners and road engineers. It is intentionally not slanted towards any one profession or group, in the belief that what is said here is relevant to all those who have an interest in the design of the places where we live.

Primary Doc. 01/05/00 Northern Ireland Planning Service Add icon
Transport in the Urban Environment

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Transport in the Urban Environment is a complete re-write of the technical manual, "Roads and Traffic in Urban Areas" (better known as RTUA or "the Brown Book" which was published in association with the Department of Transport). RTUA proved to be a particularly useful source of information for practitioners involved in urban planning and development especially those in the fields of highway and traffic engineering, transportation and town planning. Since there have been radical changes in the way that transport is viewed Transport in the Urban Environment gives great emphasis upon ensuring that the potentially damaging effects of transport upon the environment are avoided or, at least, mitigated. One such change is the growing debate over sustainable development and the impacts that transport can have on the urban environment which has continued not only within the UK but in many other countries. Transport in the Urban Environment is a "reference of first resort", providing a comprehensive guide to virtually every aspect of transport in urban areas. The volume is divided into six parts

Secondary Doc. 02/06/97 CIHT Add icon
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