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Designing walking and cycling routes in Salford
Urban Vision has designed key walking and cycling routes across Salford which has resulted in a joint submission with Salford City Council to the National Transport Awards 2017. The submission has been shortlisted in the ‘Excellence in Cycling & Walking’ category.

Supporting our staff to reach new heights
We would like to extend our congratulations to Rhys Morris, Engineer at Urban Vision, who has been awarded a Post Graduate Certificate in Business Management and Innovation.

Helping to make student’s journeys safer
Urban Vision’s Road Safety team, working with Salford City Council and Transport for Greater Manchester,  have recently been attending High Schools across Salford to deliver transition events designed to help students make their journey to school as safe as possible as they move from primary to secondary school.

Urban Vision staff cycle for Salford's Birthing Centre
As part of an ongoing appeal to raise funds for the Salford Birthing Centre, Alan Hall, Project Manager at Urban Vision, cycled the several hundred mile distance from London to Paris to raise money for the campaign.

Port Salford Greenway Scheme Phase 2 Completed
The Port Salford Greenway scheme, a project to deliver a network of high quality cycling and walking routes in Salford, has now been completed following the delivery of the final stages of phase 2.

Improving Highway Infrastructure on New Bailey Street in Salford
Working on behalf of Salford City Council (SCC), Urban Vision has played a key role inthe first phase of the £2.7m New Bailey Gateway Project.

6 week work placement with Urban Vision / Salford CIty Council
An exciting opportunity for a 6 week work placement with Urban Vision and Salford City Council is now open for applications.

Urban Vision’s Alice Murphy achieves Chartered Membership of the Landscape Institute
We would like to extend our congratulations to Alice Murphy, a Landscape Architect at Urban Vision, who has passed the Pathway to Chartership exam to become a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (CMLI).

Urban Vision supports the RHS Garden Bridgewater planning application
Urban Vision, on behalf of Salford City Council, has played a key role in supporting the success of the Royal Horticultural Society’s planning application to allow for Salford’s £30 million RHS Garden Bridgewater to go ahead.

Urban Vision goes for a walk with the RNIB
Engineers from across Urban Vision recently teamed up with the Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB) to gain a better understanding of the difficulties faced by blind and partially sighted people.