We will build a 3D interactive map of the Malvern Hills AONB (designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). The map will enable prospective visitors to the area to familiarise themselves with the upland, valley and lowland terrains, walks, bridleways, quiet lanes and all the facilities on offer before they come. When we refer to visitors, we include walkers of all abilities, cyclists, runners and all others who will ...more »
Our project plans to use enhanced network analysis to target investment in everyday walking routes and thereby encourage more walking by inactive people. The phrase "Walking is man's best medicine," allegedly spoken by Hippocrates two millennia ago, is just as relevant today. It is particularly true in industrialised societies where new technologies have not only changed the way we work but, even more profoundly, have ...more »
Its very difficult to find land for housing development. Undertaking an initial site assessment is a necessary part of any land search but is very time consuming and technical to undertake. It involve understanding the local area prices, what risks are associated with a piece of land, what is the planning history of a site, what is the site boundary and who owns it. Much of the information is in the public domain but ...more »
A website that people can use to find information about walks from UK railway station. A searchable online map- and list-based tool that enables people to find linear or circular walking routes from a given train station. The site will display nicely on both tablets and PCs, and we may seek to develop a mobile app at a later date.
South Devon is littered with a myriad of footpaths and green lanes. For many local people (lack of transport) and visitors (lack of knowledge) access to South Devon's diverse countryside and villages can be difficult - yet there are often stunning views, a wide range of beautiful walks and networks of lanes and paths to get you there. Building on the South Devon AONB fantastic app 'Rate my View' (http://www.ratemyview.co.uk/) ...more »