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Dynamic Transport Planning are delighted to announce the opening of our new office at the Lambs Cottage building on Renny’s Lane in the Dragonville area of Durham City. The opening of our office is a double celebration for DTP as it coincides with our third Birthday next week!
The recent growth of the team means that whilst remote operation will remain in place generally, a Covid-19 compliant workspace is available to allow the team to collaborate in person when necessary. In the backdrop of the pandemic, DTP have recently expanded the team to six with the appointments of Micah Snow as Transport Planner and Caitlin Hall as Operations Assistant.
The team have been working with the new owners of ASDA on the roll out of a number of Drive Thru café/restaurant facilities within store car parks, including some sites in the North East, with the scheme for the store in Blyth recently granted planning approval by Northumberland County Council.
Two regional business park schemes, at Ashington and Newton Aycliffe (Ashwood and Forrest Park Business Parks respectively), have begun moving forward with the support of the DTP team on transport matters. DTP have also recently assisted a proposed development of a nine-storey student accommodation development on Newcastle Quayside that was granted planning approval by Newcastle City Council.
Director Gavin Snowball, said “It’s fantastic to establish our first dedicated office space for Dynamic Transport Planning which will provide the base for the team to allow better collaborative working, supporting the online systems we have used to date and throughout the Covid-19 outbreak thus far. The office facility will also support the further growth of the DTP team as we look to further establish ourselves in the North East following our relocation to the region last year. Being from the area it is a privilege to be involved in helping to deliver new development schemes that bring investment and employment to the region.”