The Transport a Modelling Technical Report sets out the methodology behind the assessment and development of the Movement Strategy for the City Edge Strategic Framework. This report describes the process and results from the modelling and appraisal of the transport…
The Seveso Constraints Study appraises existing Seveso Sites within the City Edge Project Area and considers the implications for the next stages of the project by way of reviewing recently published HSA technical guidelines, updating baseline information on Seveso sites…
The Surface Water Management Plan (SWMP) builds on the SFRA and informs the approach of the Strategic Framework to natural infrastructure by way of suggesting a series of interventions in the form of a connected Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SUDS).…
A Stage 1 and 2 Strategic Flood Risk Assessment (SFRA) has been prepared to inform the approach of the City Edge Strategic Framework from the perspective of surface water management and natural infrastructure. The SFRA identifies and maps key area…
The Climate Action Study undertakes a review of the policy and guidance context for addressing climate change before setting out a series of propositions to inform the themes contained in the City Edge Strategic Framework. This is followed by an…
An international best practice housing review was commissioned to accompany and inform the City Edge Project Strategic Framework’s approach to dwelling mix, tenure mix and dwelling design. A series of international best practice case studies are examined from the perspective…
The key aspects of the Strategic Framework Document are highlighted in a Summary Booklet, which distils down the co-ordinated approach to rejuvenating the City Edge Area and delivering a sustainable and compact urban quarter at scale where people will want…
The purpose of this SFRA is to provide a strategic overview of all forms of flood risk throughout the City Edge Strategic Framework area, now and in the future, based on the Emerging Preferred Scenario.
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