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Graphic Design

What is Graphic Design? Graphic Design is a creative process that combines art and technology with a focus on visually communicating and presenting ideas. It often refers to both the process (designing) by which the communication is created and the products (designs) which are generated.

Graphic design is a part of daily life. From humble things like a chocolate wrapper to huge advertising billboards, to your favourite T-shirt, to the book or magazine you’re reading. Graphic design informs, persuades, stimulates, locates, identifies, organises, attracts attention and provides pleasure...

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The designer works with a variety of communication tools in order to convey a message from the client to a target audience. The main tools are typography, images, colour and layout.


Graphic Design

Our expert Graphic Design team provides professional and comprehensive design services tailored to meet clients’ specific requirements. We provide a successful, integrated design solution from conception to delivery offering the added value of understanding our clients’ needs as we work directly within the planning and development sector. RPS Graphic Design provide high quality design consultancy services to a varied client base and are involved in public and

private sector projects working with a variety of architectural, planning and environmental professionals. The team are currently supporting a range of exciting and innovative projects across the UK including UWE Stadium, Bristol, Charlton Hayes, North Field, Marlborough Park, Swindon; Dove Lane Regeneration, Bristol and SA1 Waterfront, Swansea. Our Graphic Design team specialise in public consultation events and exhibitions providing a full suite of printed literature, exhibition display graphics and site-specific web design including social networking and media.

Our design services and products include: ▪▪ Brochures, leaflets, newsletters and promotional merchandise; ▪▪ Design and Access Statements, Development Briefs, Design Guides and Annual Reports; ▪▪ Public consultation and exhibition material; ▪▪ Multilingual translation, Braille and tactile mapping; ▪▪ Photomontage and plan illustration; ▪▪ Web design and development; ▪▪ Powerpoints / interactive CDs; ▪▪ Print and finishing bureau including binding, wide format printing and encapsulation. For further information please contact Paul Owens on 01454 853000 or via paul.owens@ rpsgroup.com.

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Graphic Design


Computer Generated Image (CGI) and Photomontage The photomontage is a blend of real photography and 3D CGI architectural renderings to create a realistic visualisation of the proposed design set within the existing surrounding conditions.

Complicated elevations or floor plans are sometimes hard to read and are interpreted or visualised with great difficulty. RPS can produce a clear and realistic visualisation in an easy to understand format. We use photographs of the existing site environment and superimpose the new building or structure into the photograph through

a range of digital techniques to create a photorealistic concept image. The architectural photomontage benefits clients by empowering them to fully understand the design and drawings. Presentations are also delivered with more impact and often far less effort than traditional methods such as model making.

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▪▪ Brochures, leaflets, newsletters and promotional merchandise; ▪▪ Design and Access Statements, Development Briefs, Design Guides and Annual Reports; ▪▪ Public consultation and exhibition material; ▪▪ Multilingual translation, Braille and tactile mapping; ▪▪ Photomontage and plan illustration; ▪▪ Web design and development; ▪▪ Powerpoints / interactive CDs; ▪▪ Print and finishing bureau including binding, wide format printing and encapsulation. For further information please contact Paul Owens on 01454 853000 or via paul.owens@ rpsgroup.com.

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Public Consultation Events and Community Engagement Community involvement in the planning process receives greater attention than ever before; in policy and plan development and the planning application process. The extent and type of public engagement varies enormously between projects, depending on the specific location, proposal complexity and client requirements. Careful design of appropriate consultation methodologies assist in maximising the efficient use of resources and delivering consultation at an appropriate level.

Our experienced Graphic Design team provide a comprehensive service including preparation of: ▪▪ Invitations and advertisements; ▪▪ Brochures, newsletters, posters and leaflets; ▪▪ Exhibition boards; ▪▪ Consultation website design; ▪▪ Powerpoint presentations and interactive DVD/CDs; ▪▪ Photomontages and plan preparation; ▪▪ Multilingual translation; ▪▪ Braille and tactile mapping.

Above: Beechfield stakeholder workshop; Below: Charlton Hayes exhibition panels.

For further information on our consultation services, please contact Paul Owens on 01454 853000 or via paul.owens@rpsgroup.com.

Our team can also design a dedicated project website supported by social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. This can provide an invaluable tool for promoting events, gauging public opinion and gathering feedback, particularly as local authorities require developers to demonstrate thorough and effective engagement with the wider community.

Contact Paul Owens on 01454 853000 for further information

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RPS designs and facilitates, where appropriate, public consultation strategies that meet client expectations and address the relevant requirements.


Multilingual Services

RPS Graphic Design provide a variety of graphic design products using the translated text which can be formatted into:

For further information on our multilingual services, please contact Paul Owens on 01454 853000 or via paul.owens@rpsgroup.com.

▪▪ Brochures, newsletters and leaflets; ▪▪ Consultation and exhibition boards; ▪▪ Posters and advertisements; ▪▪ Reports, documents, booklets and guides; ▪▪ Powerpoint presentations and interactive DVD/CDs.

Inclusion is an increasingly important aspect of public consultation in the UK. It is therefore important to demonstrate that your literature is available to the wider community in other languages.

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In January 2008, the Council approved funding for the Collocation Project within the Dove Lane Regeneration Project, which will bring together on one site in St Paul’s: • • • •

Cabot Primary School: a new building with new external facilities, increasing the size of the school to accommodate 420 pupils. Children’s Centre: a new children’s centre replacing St James’ & St Agnes’ Nursery School & Children’s Centre, to cater for children aged 0 – 4. The Welsman Centre: reprovide d as a new facility. Doctor’s Surgery: although not yet confirmed, we are hoping to include this.

The Collocation Project will be the most advanced in Bristol, providing state-of-the-art sustainabl As part of the wider Dove Lane e design. Regeneration Project and subject to funding we are hoping that can be made to the St Paul’s changes Community Sports Centre, which currently supports the curriculum Primary School. of Cabot The Dove Lane Regeneration Project is being developed by Places for People and the PG Bristol City Council. A joint planning Group with the application is planned for the end of the year.

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GLAN Y FENAI, CAERNARFON – STRATEGAETH ADFYWIO GLAN Y FENAI, CAERNARFON – REGENERATION STRATEGY

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REGENERATION OPTION PLANS

Awgryma drafodaethau â Llywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru nas gwelir y lleoliad fel lleoliad o flaenoriaeth uchel yn nhermau nawdd cyhoeddus ac y byddai yn hynod anhebygol iddo ddenu unrhyw fuddsoddi arwyddocaol o’r Cynulliad. Fel y cyfryw, fe fydd rhaid i gostau ail-ddatblygu Bluefield Caernarfon Limited gael ei adennill drwy’r defnydd a wneir yn dilyn caniatâd cynllunio.

Discussions with the Welsh Assembly Government have highlighted that the substantial levels of investment needed to cover the costs of remediating and redeveloping the site are unlikely to be available from the public purse. As such, the costs of redevelopment will have to be funded by Bluefield Caernarfon Limited from the land uses secured by way of a planning consent.

Rydym yn ceisio, felly, i sicrhau eich barn ar adfywio’r safle drwy gynllun amrywiol ei ddefnydd sy’n cynnwys ystyriaethau masnachol, preswyl, adwerthu, hamdden ac adloniannol. Rydym wedi paratoi tri chynnig sydd yn cael eu cyflwyno isod er mwyn casglu eich barn a’ch sylwadau.

We are seeking, therefore, to establish your views on the re-development of the site for a mixed-use scheme including commercial, residential, retail, leisure and recreational uses. We have prepared a series of three development option plans which are presented below for your views and comments.

Prif amcan yr opsiynau canlynol yw i adnewyddu y safle er budd yr ardal a’r gymuned yn gyfan. Credwn fod yr opsiynau yma yn gwneud y gorau o gryfderau y lleoliad tra’n ogystal yn ystyried cyfyngiadau’r tir, gan gynnwys yr ardaloedd sydd wedi eu difwyno. Cafodd yr opsiynau eu cadarnhau drwy ymchwil annibynnol a wnaethpwyd gan King Sturge oedd wedi ei gyllido gan Bluefield Caernarfon Limited ar y cyd â Llywodraeth y Cynulliad.

The main aim of the following options is to regenerate the site to the benefit of the area and the wider community. We believe that these options make the best use of the opportunities the site offers whilst also taking into account the constraints of the land, including the areas of contamination. The options proposed have been confirmed by way of an independent Study undertaken by King Sturge which has been jointly funded by Bluefield Caernarfon Limited and the Welsh Assembly Government.

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Option 1 – Leisure Led Regeneration

Mae’r dewis yma yn cynnig tua 1 hectar o ddatblygiad masnachol neu gyflogedig (megis unedau busnes neu ddiwydiannol bychain), 8 hectar o lety twristaidd/ hamdden (megis parc gwyliau neu westy), 1 hectar i gynnwys cyfleusterau gwresogi a phwer ar y safle (fe fydd hyn yn darparu trydan a gwres i’r holl safle), gyda 8 hectar yn cael eu cadw o’r neilltu i ardaloedd agored cyhoeddus a choetir.

This option proposes 1 hectare of commercial or employment development (such as small industrial or business units), 8 hectares of tourist / leisure accommodation (such as a holiday park or hotel), 1 hectare for the on-site heat and power facility (which will provide electricity and heat for the whole site), with some 8 hectares retained for public open space and woodland areas.

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RPS can translate your literature from English into over 100 world languages as part of our consultation package.


Brochures, Leaflets, Flyers and Newsletters

The targeted print item remains a superior means of achieving impact, appeal and the enhancement of products and services.

Whether you need a flyer, a professional report or a glossy brochure, RPS Graphic Design can provide a design solution tailor-made to meet your needs. We create eye-catching, informative graphics and communicate your message with maximum impact.

We can design and print a wide variety of sizes and volumes using the latest printing technology. Our inhouse print and finishing bureau can provide specialist wide format printing, encapsulation and document binding. As an accredited ISO14001 consultancy RPS are committed to providing environmentally responsible print options using papers with the best sustainable credentials.

▪▪ Brochures, leaflets, newsletters and promotional merchandise; ▪▪ Design and Access Statements, Development Briefs, Design Guides and Annual Reports; ▪▪ Public consultation and exhibition material; ▪▪ Multilingual translation, Braille and tactile mapping; ▪▪ Photomontage and plan illustration; ▪▪ Web design and development; ▪▪ Powerpoints / interactive CDs; ▪▪ Print and finishing bureau including binding, wide format printing and encapsulation. For further information please contact Paul Owens on 01454 853000 or via paul.owens@ rpsgroup.com.

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Web Design and Development

Our web developers and designers will produce a website that is:

Our goal is to provide a well designed website that will accomplish clients’ objectives and meet expectations from concept through to deployment.

Practical - performs the business function it was designed for; and

The team use the latest web design software to produce high-quality graphics and precise navigation with the ability to create rich, dynamic interactive sites.

User-friendly - simple, clear and unambiguous navigation with wellorganised and easily readable content;

Stylish - tasteful use of colour, graphics, animation, images and fonts. RPS Graphic Design offer solutions that will help our clients gain the maximum benefit from their online presence.

Above: Home Zone website developed for the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE)

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In the Planning and Development sector, a dedicated project website supported by Facebook and Twitter social network pages, can provide an invaluable tool for promoting consultation events, gauging public opinion and gathering feedback. This element of our consultation package is particularly significant as local authorities require applicants to demonstrate thorough and effective engagement with the wider community. RPS Graphic Design services and products include: ▪▪ Brochures, leaflets, newsletters and promotional merchandise; ▪▪ Design and Access Statements, Development Briefs, Design Guides and Annual Reports; ▪▪ Public consultation and exhibition material; ▪▪ Multilingual translation, Braille and tactile mapping; ▪▪ Photomontage and plan illustration; ▪▪ Web design and development; ▪▪ Powerpoints / interactive CDs; ▪▪ Print and finishing bureau including binding, wide format printing and encapsulation. For further information please contact Paul Owens on 01454 853000 or via paul.owens@ rpsgroup.com.

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Our simple philosophy for website development puts the emphasis on how it works, how well it performs and how it looks.


Promotional Merchandise

Promotional products are a creative and comparatively cheap way of getting your brand talked about.

The range of promotional gifts on offer is vast. Anything from simple pens and key rings to more substantial items like USB sticks or customised clothing can be branded.

Unlike simple advertisements, useful and imaginative promotional items can find their way into people’s everyday lives and act as a permanent marketing tool for attracting potential clients or customers.

Your items can be distributed at trade shows, conferences, corporate entertainment events, or even among your own employees as thank you gifts or fun incentives.

RPS offer quality business merchandise including: ▪▪ ▪▪ ▪▪ ▪▪

Promotional pens and stationery Branded USB sticks Printed mouse mats Custom T-shirts and other clothing ▪▪ Personalised coffee mugs ▪▪ Personalised keyrings ▪▪ Golf umbrellas. If you’re looking for imaginative gifts to promote your business we can advise you on which items are best suited to your business and its marketing goals.

Above: George Wimpey mouse mats; Opposite: A small selection of branded promotional items such as USB memory sticks, pens, and clothing.

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For further information on our merchandising services, please contact Paul Owens on 01454 853000 or via paul.owens@rpsgroup.com.


Advertising

Whether it’s an advert for a local newspaper, specialist magazine or national publication, RPS can create an eye-catching advertisement that is targeted directly to your audience.

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Advertising should always suit your sector type and company ethos. Our aim is to get your company noticed by using well-crafted copy and creative design. From draft stage to final proof, we will take care of publication bookings, preparation of artwork, proofing and final quality control checks.

Services

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RPS Graphic Design services and products include: ▪▪ Brochures, leaflets, newsletters and promotional merchandise; ▪▪ Design and Access Statements, Development Briefs, Design Guides and Annual Reports; ▪▪ Public consultation and exhibition material; ▪▪ Multilingual translation, Braille and tactile mapping; ▪▪ Photomontage and plan illustration; ▪▪ Web design and development; ▪▪ Powerpoints / interactive CDs; ▪▪ Print and finishing bureau including binding, wide format printing and encapsulation.

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RPS is an international consultancy providing advice to public and private sector organisations on the development of natural resources, land and property, the management of the environment and the health and safety of people.

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Our approach includes specific planning for the long-term value of the scheme. There are a number of key considerations that would guide our design process, such as sustainable design, adaptability and inclusive signage options. We would also Not to scale review current planning and statutory consent requirements. RPS SIGNAGE PROPOSAL

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Signing programmes are often complex. Therefore, careful consideration needs to be given to translating the identity of the site location into three-dimensional signing forms, based on a clear understanding of pre-determined objectives.

creation of a successful public area by attracting, reassuring, exciting, directing, informing and educating visitors, customers and tourists alike.

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Appropriate, welldesigned signage can have a major impact on the visual character of urban spaces and can help make developments simpler and more pleasant to visit.

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...through to manufacture and installation. (RPS Bristol office signage) Above: Monolith design for gateway feature (Short-listed design for Kings Waterfront, Liverpool).

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Branding, Visual Identity and Logo Design

RPS can create a unique signature identity for the branding of your development scheme. It is very important to establish an easily identifiable brand when engaging the public, especially prior to a public consultation event. A consistent style can help boost the public’s perception and long-term recognition of the development proposals as they evolve. The key element of a signature identity is the creation of an eyecatching logo, colour palette and font family. This design suite can then be applied to all documents, reports, site signage, and marketing/sales literature.

any strong assets or landmarks that may influence the design and assess key relationships that link the site to the wider area. When the design is complete we would prepare brand guidelines specifications to ensure the integrity of the design is observed. A CD would be available for issue to appointed consultants and media/ marketing agents with these specifications and the logo in various formats. For further information please contact Paul Owens on 01454 853000 or via paul.owens@rpsgroup.com.

Above: Haygrove Park branding and logo evolution; Opposite: Consultation package including website, invitations, posters and exhibition display boards.

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Contact: Paul Owens Graphic Design Associate 2420 The Quadrant, Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, BS32 4AQ United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0) 1454 853 000 Email: paul.owens@rpsgroup.com

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UWE Stadium, Bristol

The proposed ‘UWE Stadium’ will be equipped with state of the art facilities, including; a large supporter’s club bar, an extensive club shop, banqueting and hospitality suite, retail store, crèche, gym, jogging track and approximately 19,000sq ft of potential teaching space for the University.

Social networking is definitely the way forward when offering a comprehensive consultation package to our clients particularly as local authorities require that we demonstrate thorough and effective engagement with the wider community.”

The Bristol Graphic Design team led by Paul Owens was commissioned to create a unique signature identity and logo for the scheme as part of the consultation package. They also produced exhibition material, designed a dedicated project website and set up social networking pages on Facebook and Twitter.

A planning application was submitted in March 2012 and is awaiting a decision. To view the website visit www.UWEstadium.com.

Paul said: “The website and social networking pages have proven an invaluable tool for promoting the events, gauging public opinion and gathering feedback. Within the first 24 hours of launching the website, we’d had 859 visitors, 294 followers on Twitter and 220 ‘Likes’ on Facebook.

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Subject to planning permission it would make UWE the first university campus with a 20,000 seat stadium in the UK putting it on a par with many

international universities. Bristol Rugby Club who currently share the old Memorial Stadium with Bristol Rovers have been offered the opportunity to move to the new stadium as it will conform to all FIFA and Rugby Union standards.

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RPS Graphic Design have recently undertaken a highprofile public consultation on behalf of the Bristol Rovers Football Club and The University of the West of England (UWE) for a new £40 million stadium development.


Haygrove Park, Bridgwater

RPS Graphic Design was commissioned to create a unique signature identity and consultation package to promote the Haygrove Park scheme.

▪▪ Design and production of consultation literature such as invitations, newsletter and posters; ▪▪ Design and layout of wide format exhibition panels; ▪▪ Preparation and production of associated plans.

The role of RPS Graphic design was to provide a range of services which included: ▪▪ Creation of a brand identity and logo for the scheme; ▪▪ Design, development and ongoing management of a public consultation website;

The proposed residential development site, Haygrove Park, is 8.4 hectares in size and is located in the Durleigh area of Bridgwater, approximately 1.5km southwest of the town centre. A detailed planning application comprising 182 dwellings has been submitted to Sedgemoor District Council.

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Site Strategies Green Infrastructure Concept The development of this site will also present a number of opportunities that should be considered during the design and masterplanning process, these include: ·

The development proposals provide the opportunity to improve access to The Meads from the surrounding residential areas. Development can assist in the delivery of an upgraded footpath and cycleway network and help to secure the emerging vision for a major new green infrastructure destination in the form of an ecological park at The Meads;

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The provision and enhancement of a key green infrastructure corridor associated with Durleigh Brook that will safeguard and strengthen the existing wildlife and landscape resource;

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Secure the long-term management of this important natural asset that can integrate with the delivery of green infrastructure in the surrounding environment;

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The provision of sustainable drainage systems that will provide both attractive landscape features and important new wildlife habitats;

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Opportunity to deliver new areas of landscaping both to the boundaries and within the site to assimilate both the proposed builtform and existing residential areas within the landscape;

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The delivery of exciting natural play facilities that, overtime can become part of a wider strategy for play and recreation within The Meads ecological park, in combination with edible/community landscapes that might include orchards and allotments.

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of Durleigh Road has You are probably aware that land south in its Bridgwater been identified by Sedgemoor District Council, documents, as Vision and Core Strategy Preferred Options development. David being potentially suitable for residential Ltd has an interest Wilson Homes and S Notaro Holdings which is within the area in land to the south of Haygrove Road considering a scheme identified by the Council and are currently to accommodate c.250 for the site. The site is large enough development dwellings. A public exhibition of the proposed Hall between 4pm and will be held at the Westfield Church 9pm on Wednesday 20 January 2010. for the local community The exhibition will provide an opportunity and to comment. to view details of the evolving scheme

Westfield Church Hall, West Street er (Entrance off St Matthews Field), Bridgwat 9pm Wednesday 20 January 2010, 4pm – to view An opportunity for the local community details of the evolving scheme and to comment on the proposed development.

Homes and its design Representatives from David Wilson and answer any team will be present to discuss the proposals questions.

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SA1 Waterfront, Swansea

SA1 is a 40ha mixed use dockland regeneration set in the historic port of Swansea with numerous grade II listed buildings. Current development within the site comprises residential apartments; office buildings; cafĂŠs, bars and restaurants; and the Swansea sailbridge and marina.

RPS is delivering a wide range of multi-discipline services such as planning, urban design/masterplanning, engineering and graphic design on behalf of the Welsh Government.

Our team has recently coordinated the production of an Addendum Environmental Statement for the development and secured planning permission for a revised masterplan

RPS Graphic Design has produced the Detailed Urban Design Guide which contains development guidance for the Leisure Quarter which has proposed uses such as cafĂŠs, bars, restaurants and an hotel.

RPS continue to advise the Welsh Government in relation to the ongoing development of SA1.

Addendum Environmental Statement and the Leisure Quarter Detailed Urban Design Guide

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Above: Photos of completed residential apartments and restaurants, Below: Illustrative Masterplan.


Dove Lane, Bristol

RPS is lead consultant, also providing services in planning, graphic design, urban design and masterplanning, heritage, archaeology, and sustainability. The proposal will deliver 41,000m² of development including 250 new homes and up to 900 new jobs and has been developed and shaped by an innovative consultation regime resulting in an unprecedented comprehensive Statement of Community Involvement and the UK’s first Planning Performance Agreement.

Above: Artist impression, Opposite: Consultation website and various public consultation leaflets.

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RPS Graphic Design have provided design services throughout the project including: ▪▪ Design and development of a public consultation website; ▪▪ Production and printing consultation leaflets; ▪▪ Preparation and production of associated plans and reports; ▪▪ Design and layout of exhibition panels and supporting material; ▪▪ Administration of the project intranet (Buzzsaw).

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RPS has submitted an innovative consultation-led application for a mixed use, inner city regeneration on an 8-acre gateway site in central Bristol.


IHE Home Zone Website

RPS Graphic Design created a website dedicated to UK Home Zones on behalf of the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) that would become a national resource for both professionals and communities.

RPS Graphic Design designed a novel and innovative browser-based system, enabling the user to create a highresolution PDF with text and a variety of images. As a further innovation, text can be typed directly into a form and images can be uploaded and manipulated online using a number of basic tools such as brightness, contrast, zoom and crop.

The completed PDF can be edited, saved or printed and submitted to the IHE for approval. The case study facility also presents an excellent opportunity for developers and consultants to promote their Home Zone related developments. The IHE also selects featured projects to appear in the main banner of the website offering added exposure.

The challenge was to design a simple online system as part of the website that would allow contributors to create professional case study sheets without the user having any knowledge of desktop publishing or specialist layout/design software.

The website can be viewed at: www.homezones.org.uk Our role involved design, construction and co-ordination with input from the Home Zone Steering Group, including the Home Builders Federation, the Department for Transport, and Local Authorities.

IHE Home Zone case studies created online

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The main elements of the website include latest Government legislation, design guidance, topic papers and an online case study system targeted at developers, Local Authorities and consultants.


Pipers Way, Swindon (now known as Marlborough Park)

RPS Graphic Design provided graphic design services within a team which consisted of RPS Planning (Lead Consultant) and four other consultancies. Stakeholders included Swindon Borough Council and local residents’ groups who were consulted regularly. Our initial objective was to support and illustrate the Development Brief to guide future development of this important brownfield site, involving stakeholders and ensuring that all views were taken into account and concerns addressed.

RPS Graphic Design made a significant contribution to the project through the production of the Development Brief, a comprehensive reference tool that has guided preparation of the planning application. Consultees have been able to understand easily how proposals for the site have been formulated, and that their interests have been taken into account. The document was endorsed and is now held up as an exemplar model and Best Practice example of how the Local Planning Authority wishes to approach major development sites in the future.

Marlborough Park CGI of a key building in phase 1.

The range of graphic design services provided included a website, Development Brief, Design Statement, leaflets and CDs.

Following adoption of the brief RPS delivered outline planning consent for redevelopment of the site comprising retention of a re-modeled office building, 616 dwellings across 7 development zones, a 70 bed nursing home and medical centre.

Our role was to provide graphic design services throughout the project which included: ▪▪ Design and development of a public consultation website; ▪▪ Production and printing of leaflets and exhibition panels; ▪▪ Document preparation and production of the Development Brief, Design Statement and associated plans;

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This 23 hectare former Burmah Castrol site, on Pipers Way, Swindon, was acquired in 2002 from BP. The site is located on the South side of Swindon.


Monkton Heathfield, Somerset

The site is allocated for a mixed-use development including 900 dwellings, employment land, a local centre and primary school. Our objective was to provide graphic input into the Design Statement submitted with the application and to the leaflet and public exhibition prepared to inform the community about the outline planning application and to seek the public’s comments on the proposals.

unambiguous and accurate graphics. We approached this with a number of graphics-led measures: ▪▪ exhibition boards with designated spaces to place colour-coded stickers; ▪▪ a series of images and questions relating to comments that had already been expressed by the public prior to the event; ▪▪ inviting the public to prioritise issues by placing a red sticker beside the most important issue, a yellow beside the next and so on;

▪▪ issuing comment forms to identify further issues; and ▪▪ creating a detailed location board of the wider area, enabling us to analyse the geographical interest anonymously. Through our graphic interpretation we translated the technical plans into more legible information for the general public to comprehend. Our work was completed at every stage to cost, quality and programme, supporting the project objectives.

The role of RPS Graphic Design included:

The lengthy stakeholders list included Persimmon Homes and Redrow Homes (Clients), RPS Planning, RPS Design, nine other external consultancies, Taunton Deane Borough Council, County and Parish Councillors and local residents. Achieving successful public engagement was the paramount challenge, dealt with in clear,

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▪▪ layout and production of the Design Statement; ▪▪ design and printing of a leaflet to promote the public exhibition; ▪▪ concept design, production and print exhibition boards.


Green Energy in Portland

A Green Energy Facility at Balaclava Bay in Portland Harbour will generate 17.8MW of green electricity, enough to power around 9,000 homes.

The proposed Facility will be fuelled by vegetable oil comprising a mixture of sustainably sourced palm oil, as well as soyabean, Jatropha and palm stearin oils (sometimes termed biomass). These are all grown as ‘dedicated energy crops’ and are independently certified to ensure that they are sustainable.

RPS Graphic Design established a brand and visual identity for two public consultation events and produced a range of literature which included: ▪▪ ▪▪ ▪▪ ▪▪ ▪▪

Green Energy in Portland

Invitations and promotional posters; Exhibition panels; Questionnaires; Summary leaflets; Planning Application and Environmental Statement folders.

Exhibition on finalised scheme

We look forward to guiding you through the proposal, listening to your comments and answering any questions you may have in advance of the planning application being formally submitted.

W4B Renewable Energy (W4BRE) Limited is developing a Green Energy Facility at Balaclava Bay, Portland Harbour.

For more information on the exhibition or the Green Energy Plant please contact Richard Gudgeon at rgudgeon@w4bre.com

The Facility will generate electricity from sustainably sourced vegetable oil such as palm oil, soyabean, jatropha and palm stearin oils.

Saturday 4 July 2009 10.00 am to 4.00 pm

These oils will be processed into Power Oil which will be fed into diesel engines to generate 17.8 MW of green electricity, enough to power around 9,000 homes.

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Representatives from W4BRE, including their consultant team RPS, are here from 10 am to 4 pm to guide you through the proposal, listen to your comments and answer any questions you may have in advance of the application being formally submitted.

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Proposed Green Energy Facility

By using this renewable energy source we will be able to produce more of the UK’s electricity from renewable sources and therefore reduce the demand on fossil fuels, as well as reducing the amount of carbon dioxide emitted.

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Following the success of the Portland Green Energy Plant exhibition in March, W4B Renewable Energy (W4BRE) are inviting those interested to come and see the finalised scheme. Once completed the plant will generate enough renewable energy to power 9,000 homes.


ecostardubai, Dubai, UAE

RPS was instructed to produce a conceptual vision and presentation of Dubai’s first ecocity. This world leading innovation boasts zero carbon with up to 100% energy independence. This is achieved by providing: photovoltaic collectors for harvesting solar energy; the tallest helical wind turbines in the world rising out of the desert/ocean to 218m and 50% of all water recycled on-site.

Above: ecostardubai - desert and ocean CGI concept models Opposite: Promotional brochure and DVD

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RPS Graphic Design produced an animated DVD presentation with an accompanying glossy brochure.


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