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The Planning Consultancy Survey 2018

The Planning Consultancy Survey 2018: Overview

The Planning Consultancy Survey 2018: Overview

Consultants fear economic uncertainty as Brexit approaches but are confident of growth in housing and transport work, Adam Branson and John Geoghegan report.

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The Planning Consultancy Survey 2018: the UK's biggest employers

The Planning Consultancy Survey 2018: the UK's biggest employers

Most consultancies say their planning teams will grow next year. But overall planner numbers at the biggest ten firms remained static in 2017-18. Adam Branson reports.

The Planning Consultancy Survey 2018: the UK's highest earners

The Planning Consultancy Survey 2018: the UK's highest earners

Fee income continues to rise at planning consultancies, with advice on greenfield housing and transport planning providing major sources of work, Adam Branson reports.

The public sector and planning policy: the consultants' view

The public sector and planning policy: the consultants' view

As part of the Planning Consultancy Survey 2018, we asked respondents for their views on various questions related to the outlook for the planning consultancy market, public sector performance, the impact of national policy and their aspirations for future policy changes. Their answers are listed below:

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The Planning Consultancy Services Guide 2017-18

Planning Consultancy Services 2017/18 helps guide public, private and third sector participants through the plethora of sources of advice available from large and small planning advisers. The directory has developed into the established reference guide to this sector of the profession since it was first published in 2004. Download the guide here.