Promoting Active and Sustainable Travel in North Carrick

Case Studies > Promoting Active and Sustainable Travel in North Carrick

Ansons was tasked with conducting a feasibility study to explore the potential implementation of active and sustainable travel interventions in the North Carrick area of South Ayrshire.

Ansons was tasked with conducting a feasibility study to explore the potential implementation of active and sustainable travel interventions in the North Carrick area of South Ayrshire.

Get Active Arbroath

Case Studies > Get Active Arbroath

At the end of 2020 we were commissioned by Angus Council to deliver an active travel initiative in partnership with BetterPoints, called Get Active Arbroath.

At the end of 2020 we were commissioned by Angus Council to deliver an active travel initiative in partnership with BetterPoints, called Get Active Arbroath.

Stakeholder Workshop

Case Studies > Stakeholder Workshop

We were commissioned by Carplus in 2016 to plan, run and report the results of a half-day stakeholder workshop in Fife.

We were commissioned by Carplus in 2016 to plan, run and report the results of a half-day stakeholder workshop in Fife.

Low Carbon Travel Hubs

Case Studies > Low Carbon Travel Hubs

In 2016, Regional Transport Partnership, HITRANS, appointed Ansons to determine whether there was scope to develop one or more low carbon travel hubs in Argyll and Bute using funding sourced through the Scottish Government’s Low Carbon Travel and Transport Challenge (LCTT) fund.

In 2016, Regional Transport Partnership, HITRANS, appointed Ansons to determine whether there was scope to develop one or more low carbon travel hubs in Argyll and Bute using funding sourced through the Scottish Government’s Low Carbon Travel and Transport Challenge (LCTT) fund.

Behaviour Change Workshop

Case Studies > Behaviour Change Workshop

The Energy Saving Trust employed our services to deliver a behaviour change workshop during an ‘away-day’ for its transport team.

The Energy Saving Trust employed our services to deliver a behaviour change workshop during an ‘away-day’ for its transport team.

“Out There” Campaign Insights

Case Studies > “Out There” Campaign Insights

In 2018, we were appointed by Ramblers Scotland to explore the benefits of and barriers to increasing the number of paths identified in publicly available mapping products covering Scotland.

In 2018, we were appointed by Ramblers Scotland to explore the benefits of and barriers to increasing the number of paths identified in publicly available mapping products covering Scotland.

Community Engagement Projects

Case Studies > Community Engagement Projects

During 2019 and 2020, we were commissioned by Angus Council to deliver two active and sustainable travel related community engagement projects – one in Brechin and the other in Forfar.

During 2019 and 2020, we were commissioned by Angus Council to deliver two active and sustainable travel related community engagement projects – one in Brechin and the other in Forfar.

Active Travel Strategy

Case Studies > Active Travel Strategy

In 2018, we were engaged by the South Ayrshire Council to develop a business strategy for the Active Travel Hub, Ayr.

In 2018, we were engaged by the South Ayrshire Council to develop a business strategy for the Active Travel Hub, Ayr.

Car Club Business Plan

Case Studies > Car Club Business Plan

In 2017, Ansons was commissioned to develop an evidence-based business plan. The focus of this plan was the consolidation, management and growth of LEAP’s car club operations in Renfrewshire.

In 2017, Ansons was commissioned to develop an evidence-based business plan. The focus of this plan was the consolidation, management and growth of LEAP’s car club operations in Renfrewshire.

East Lothian Council Travel Plan

Case Studies > East Lothian Council Travel Plan

In 2017, we developed a travel plan for East Lothian Council and in 2020, updated this plan. The evidence-based strategy was designed to help East Lothian Council generate more sustainable commuter travel patterns.

In 2017, we developed a travel plan for East Lothian Council and in 2020, updated this plan. The evidence-based strategy was designed to help East Lothian Council generate more sustainable commuter travel patterns.