Travel Plan for Office Conversion

Case Studies > Travel Plan for Office Conversion

We developed a travel plan as a condition of the planning permission to extend and convert the Kingussie Court House into office space for staff, as well as a Council Service Point on behalf of the Highland Council.

We developed a travel plan as a condition of the planning permission to extend and convert the Kingussie Court House into office space for staff, as well as a Council Service Point on behalf of the Highland Council.

Residential Travel Plan

Case Studies > Residential Travel Plan

We provided planning application support, by the way of a travel plan, for the conversion of an existing office property (28 Maritime Lane) into residential apartments.

We provided planning application support, by the way of a travel plan, for the conversion of an existing office property (28 Maritime Lane) into residential apartments.

Evaluation of Transport Interventions

Case Studies > Evaluation of Transport Interventions

East Lothian Council commissioned us to evaluate a range of behaviour change measures which were trialled during the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds 2015 Big Nature Festival in East Lothian.

East Lothian Council commissioned us to evaluate a range of behaviour change measures which were trialled during the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds 2015 Big Nature Festival in East Lothian.

Bus Connectivity Evaluation

Case Studies > Bus Connectivity Evaluation

Hilliam Research and Analysis and Ansons were commissioned by Living Streets to undertake an evaluation of its Bus Connectivity Audit project.

Hilliam Research and Analysis and Ansons were commissioned by Living Streets to undertake an evaluation of its Bus Connectivity Audit project.

Bike Share Feasibility Study

Case Studies > Bike Share Feasibility Study

In 2017, South Lanarkshire Council commissioned us to deliver research to help determine whether there was scope for one or more bike share schemes to operate in the Rutherglen area and/or East Kilbride.

In 2017, South Lanarkshire Council commissioned us to deliver research to help determine whether there was scope for one or more bike share schemes to operate in the Rutherglen area and/or East Kilbride.

Car Club Feasibility Studies

Case Studies > Car Club Feasibility Studies

We were commissioned to carry out feasibility studies to determine whether there was scope for one or more car clubs to operate in a number of locations across Scotland including communities in: Perth and Kinross, Fife, Angus, South Lanarkshire, East Dunbartonshire and Argyll and Bute.

We were commissioned to carry out feasibility studies to determine whether there was scope for one or more car clubs to operate in a number of locations across Scotland including communities in: Perth and Kinross, Fife, Angus, South Lanarkshire, East Dunbartonshire and Argyll and Bute.

New Mobility in the Scottish Tourism Sector

Case Studies > New Mobility in the Scottish Tourism Sector

In 2017, we were engaged by Carplus to generate insights into if and how shared car services (car clubs and 2+ car sharing) could be successfully introduced and promoted within the Scottish tourism sector.

In 2017, we were engaged by Carplus to generate insights into if and how shared car services (car clubs and 2+ car sharing) could be successfully introduced and promoted within the Scottish tourism sector.

Walking Information Resource

Case Studies > Walking Information Resource

In 2017, Paths for All, in partnership with Living Streets, commissioned us to carry out a complete overhaul of their walking information resource, ‘Walkipedia’.

In 2017, Paths for All, in partnership with Living Streets, commissioned us to carry out a complete overhaul of their walking information resource, ‘Walkipedia’.

European Mobility Week Events

Case Studies > European Mobility Week Events

In 2016, Linlithgow’s Mill Road and Town Centre BIDs received grant funding from Scotland’s Improvement Districts to promote and host a selection of sustainable travel activities during European Mobility Week.

In 2016, Linlithgow’s Mill Road and Town Centre BIDs received grant funding from Scotland’s Improvement Districts to promote and host a selection of sustainable travel activities during European Mobility Week.