One of the many maps I produced using GIS layers and data for the West of England Sustainable Drainage developers guide; highlighting surface water, fluvial, drainage, and flood considerations for major housing developments in the south west.View map
As part of a range of educational materials on the Transatlantic Slave Trade, I produced this A2 map which takes you on a journey through Bristol from the 1700s to the present, exploring the buildings, places and people linked with the transatlantic slave trade.View map
An example of the cartography within the leaflets produced for lots of different schools in the South West area. Each 'watch' icon marks where a child marked off a start point on a school travel map.View map
Some of the many maps, built up either using GIS layers and data, or drawn freehand that I produced for a major report covering most of the South West area on Flood Risk Management for Central Government.
At the start of the project to map five and ten minute journeys to school, some example maps and illustrations were produced for a leaflet so that teachers could show their classes how to create map data, which would then be suitable for converting into showing walking routes on future maps.View map
I recreated some cartography dating from just before the First World War to show the extent of the 1914 Bristol International Exhibition, known as White City, which was only open for a few months due to the outbreak of war.View Project
A map of central Bristol docks and the Floating Harbour showing dockside facilities and moorings.View map
An A3 fold-out document was produced for each school in Bristol; showing public transport links and bus stops, cycle paths, bridleways, pedestrian crossings, and approximate walking distance radius.View map
A leaflet with walks and autumnal events in various open spaces and nature reserves in and around Avon Valley, Hanham, Conham Vale, and Brislington Brook.
An extremely precise map is needed to show areas that a person may have an injunction restricting or preventing them from entering, as these are drawn up following a court decision and are geographically legally binding if challenged.
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The 20mph citywide speed limit was rolled out in phases following consultation. Each phase required mapping out showing both speed limit changes and roads with the existing limit in place, and roads which needed treatment such as street furntiure or speed humps in order to accomodate the new changes.View map