Advice: Planning flexible car parking space in new housing development

Local authority car parking standards need to be applied flexibly as transport habits change and parking areas designed for repurposing as they become redundant, finds Ben Kochan.

by Ben Kochan
At Waterbeach, car parking will be on the edge of the development and streets will be for walking and cycling (PICS RLW Estates)
At Waterbeach, car parking will be on the edge of the development and streets will be for walking and cycling (PICS RLW Estates)

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