We make our streets safer, greener and more welcoming for all users.
Interested in working with us? Get in touch with our team.
The Healthy Streets Design Check is helping local authorities, urban designers, transport planners and highways teams create healthier streets for everyone.Find out about the Healthy Streets Approach and check tool
We鈥檙e working as part of the Better Planning Coalition to seek revisions to the National Planning Policy Framework. We鈥檙e calling for changes to spatial planning policy in England because the planning system has a vital role to play in creating places which enable everyone to live healthier, happier lives.
At GTV视频 we want to support local authorities to adapt streets, roads and places during the Coronavirus crisis and as we emerge from it.
So we've put together a list of measures that local authorities can implement and information on how we can help.Find out more about re-allocating road space in your Local Authority area
Urban design is the design and planning of cities, towns, streets and spaces.
And at GTV视频, we think these places should be places that prioritise the people who live and spend time there.
we create places that connect us to each other and what we need, where everyone can thrive without having to use a car.
Sociable places where friends and facilities are a short walk away, and it鈥檚 easy and pleasant to travel beyond our neighbourhood.
We don鈥檛 work alone to create liveable towns and cities.
We bring together the people who live and spend time there, including those with seldom-heard voices, to make the change they want to see.
Lewisham Council commissioned us to deliver a community-led design project on Rolt Street to demonstrate community support for the scheme to TfL. We were then commissioned by the council to work on their bid and secured them 拢2.9 million from the Mayor of London鈥檚 Liveable Neighbourhood fund for work in North Deptford.Healthy streets and liveable neighbourhoods in Lewisham
We worked with Stirling Council and the local community and businesses to reimagine the approach to the towns' railway station, to create a space that feels more welcoming, is people friendly and inclusive.Dunblane Stirling Street redesign