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City Science has developed a Walking & Cycling Model for Liverpool City Region Combined Authority to provide a better representation of walking and cycling in the region and an improved estimation of the quantifiable benefits of active travel infrastructure. It integrates with an existing multi-modal strategic transport model.
Working in partnership with LDA Design, we are pleased to announce our successful appointment by Bedford Borough Council to produce a Strategic Placemaking Framework focused on delivering net zero outcomes for an area located to the south of Bedford.
City Science was commissioned by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI), in partnership with LDA Design and BSG Ecology, to undertake research on how Design Codes can support local authorities in achieving the outcomes of net zero carbon emissions and nature recovery.
City Science was awarded funding by Innovate UK’s Design Foundations competition, to develop a People and Planet Local Area Energy Planning toolkit. The competition brief was to develop a new or significantly improved product that can deliver benefits for people and the planet, aligned with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
City Science developed a tool to assist in the planning of Mobility Hubs, focussing on determining the optimum location to place them. Mobility Hubs are sites where a collection of transport modes and non-transport services meet, examples include park and rides or railway stations which have bus connections, shops and bike parking.
As part of the development of the Plymouth and South West Devon Joint Local Plan, the planning teams wanted a method to understand the sustainability of different locations throughout the plan area.
RIBA to Reality was commissioned by Innovate UK, whereby, City Science led a research project using the work of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) to improve operational efficiency in buildings. This work included the use of digital technologies, such as a digital-twin to diagnose the inefficiencies of a building in parallel with the behaviours of the building occupants.
City Science delivered a Transport & Parking Study for Milton Keynes Council focussed on the Central Bletchley area that supported the vision set out in the Central Bletchley Prospectus: “a well-connected, future looking town which is a desirable place to live, work and visit”.
The Clean Growth Vision sets out a sustainable growth strategy for the ‘West End’ area of East Devon, considering Clean Growth assets, opportunities and key forthcoming infrastructure, whilst supporting delivery of net zero carbon ambitions, to inform the Local Plan Review.
City Science, in partnership with LDA Design, were commissioned by the RTPI to research the contribution of spatial planning and place-based solutions to transport decarbonisation through developing emission pathways for four different settlement typologies