Our Services

The following is a broad description of the type’s of survey work carried out by our company.

Car Park Surveys

Car Park surveys to determine accumulation and length of stay of each vehicle. These surveys have been undertaken at many supermarket, retail outlets and hospitals throughout the UK.

"In car" Journey Time Video Surveys

HD In car Journey Time Video Surveys - date and time stamped video - to record single or multiple journey time routes and also have the video footage for after survey analysis to actually see journey bottlenecks and traffic behaviour at junctions on route.

Questionnaire Surveys

We are competent at working inside store and outside, i.e. roadside interviews. Examples of some of the results achieved by such surveys:

  • To determine customer shopping patterns.
  • To determine customer travel routes to destination.
  • To determine method and mode of arrival at Retail outlets.
  • To determine Retail Staff arrival and work patterns.

Traffic Surveys

Count of vehicles, by up to ten categories, at all types of road junction. This includes all classification of roads from secondary roads to motorways [multi lane surveys].

Parking Beat Surveys

Vehicle parking surveys, around a designated street pattern logging number of vehicles in a set parking zone or recording length of stay of each vehicle parked. Parking surveys are conducted throughout a 24hr period if required and over several days.

Vehicle Speed Surveys

Measurement of vehicle speeds by hand-held radar device. Vehicle speeds recorded over the required survey time-scale, usually off peak hours 10:00 – 14:00.

Pedestrian/cycle Movement Surveys

Footpath surveys. Various town pedestrian movement counts categorised by groups. Retail store and Retail Park customer movements.

Origin & Destination Surveys

To determine vehicle movements through a roadway system by licence plate recognition. This could be useful in determining which route customers travel to a busy Sunday market for example, to assess if residential routes are used.