Stomor Ltd have been working for client Anderson Design and Build on their proposals to transform the former Erith Quarry with up to 600 residential units, a 3-form entry primary school and 540sqm of ancillary non-residential floorspace. Stomor have identified a strategy to overcome a 35m level difference across the site, which provides challenges for access, internal roads and drainage systems.
To support the planning application, Stomor have prepared a Transport Assessment and Flood Risk Assessment, working with the Architect and Geotechnical Consultants to develop an engineering-led masterplan.
21st November 2014
Flooding & Drainage, Transport