Advice: Providing parking in new housing development

With declining car ownership and the possible introduction of autonomous vehicles, parking needs to be designed so space can be adapted for other uses when it is no longer needed, finds Ben Kochan.

by Ben Kochan
Rochester Riverside homes have garages and utility space at ground level (PIC Richard Simmons)
Rochester Riverside homes have garages and utility space at ground level (PIC Richard Simmons)

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