Advice: Fitting parking into new housing development

Parking should be considered at the masterplanning stage to ensure cars do not dominate the streetscape, Ben Kochan finds.

by Ben Kochan
Horsted Park: parking is separated from homes by a small garden and pavement [Pic credit: Proctor & Matthews]
Horsted Park: parking is separated from homes by a small garden and pavement [Pic credit: Proctor & Matthews]

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