Publications

             

Publications

Places First: Creating Communities Fit for the Future Volume 1

Read the first volume of Places First which is a new series of publications from PBA about how we need to create communities fit for the future.

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Places First: Creating Communities Fit for the Future Volume 1

Creating Garden Communities

PBA reviews the original principles of the garden city movement and how these need to be updated to be relevant to the challenges of tomorrow.

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Creating Garden Communities

Review of the Year 2017

Join us for a look back at the major themes that have influenced our business and the wider industry over the last 12 months.

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Review of the Year 2017

The Internet of Movement

PBA's view on the future of mobility and our role in creating places for people in the future.

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The Internet of Movement

Planning Transport & Development: All Change?

How has transport and development changed and how might it look in the future?

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Planning Transport & Development: All Change?

Town & Country Planning Journal November 2016

See pg 489 for 'transport planning and mental wellbeing benefits' by PBA's Scott Witchalls, Bob Pinkett and Dawn Wylie in this #healthyplanning Special Edition.

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Town & Country Planning Journal November 2016

WestTrans Freight Strategy

PBA helps WestTrans define the Freight Strategy for its six West London boroughs.

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WestTrans Freight Strategy

CIHT Report: A Transport Journey to a Healthier Life

PBA contributed to this new paper on how transport policy can help shape the health and wellbeing agenda.

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CIHT Report: A Transport Journey to a Healthier Life

Assessing Flood Risk & Flood Risk Modelling

An overview of our flood risk work at the Taylor Wimpey Doulton Brook Development in the West Midlands.

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Assessing Flood Risk & Flood Risk Modelling

Birmingham City Centre Vision for Movement

The Birmingham City Centre Vision for Movement supports the economic growth and development aspirations set out in the Birmingham Big City Plan.

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Birmingham City Centre Vision for Movement