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Twenty Years of Professional Consultancy Services

For the last 20 years we have been providing our clients with first class Town Planning Consultancy Services for projects of all types and sizes.   Our mission has always been to help our clients to deliver successful outcomes whatever the planning challenge.  Our wide ranging experience has helped clients from private individuals and small businesses to larger development companies and house builders, public bodies and other professional practices and organisations.

We are chartered Members of the Royal Town Planning Institute and are committed through our work to maintaining the highest professional standards in order to build sustainable communities, to drive economic wealth and to contribute to enhancing the natural and built environment.  Our aim is to give the best spatial planning advice in pursuit of these objectives.

Planning advice and development appraisals

We help our clients to understand the planning constraints and maximise the development opportunities.

Planning applications and appeals

Much of our work is ensuring that the right planning submission is made, whether it be at application or appeal stage.

Strategic Planning

Delivering on future development needs requires positive and strategic assessment planning.

Over sixty years of combined experience

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  • Why a judgment on a 50-year-old permission may present new risks for developers and councils November 26, 2020
    An appeal court judgment on half-a-century-old permission for a housing estate - ruling that the original consent was rendered unlawful by subsequent permissions that conflicted with aspects of it - could have major repercussions for the development of large multi-phase schemes, according to some legal experts.
  • How the government's standard housing need method might change November 26, 2020
    With the government announcing plans to "rebalance" its proposed new housing need formula to boost supply in urban areas, the north and the midlands, practitioners suggest that consideration of economic growth factors or changes to the way affordability is measured may be on the cards.

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