Alan Baxter & Associates, Movement, Streets & Places

Alan Baxter & Associates, Movement, Streets & Places

Movement, Streets & Places' is a companion guide to Design Bulletin 32 (DB32), published by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions. DB32 was first published in 1977 to provide guidance on standards and layout of residential roads. 

The range of approaches described in 'Movement, Streets & Places' shows how the information in Design Bulletin 32 can be used to create high quality places. 

An important government document, 'Movement, Streets & Places' not only upholds design standards when it comes to residential roads, the publication is also exemplary in graphic layout and clarity of information.

Client information

Alan Baxter & Associates

Alan Baxter & Associates (ABA) was founded in 1974 as an engineering practice. The practice is now involved with all sizes of projects. These include the engineering design of new structures and the conservation of existing buildings along with strategic transportation and urban design projects.

Alan Baxter & Associates' engineering skills range from advanced architectural engineering to repair and maintenance works. Other projects include masterplanning and infrastructure works, urban regeneration schemes and transport studies, conservation plans and publications.

Thomas Manss & Company worked with the engineers on two literature projects: a booklet for an exhibition at the Geffrye Museum in London and urban planning guidelines titled 'Movements, Streets and Places'.