Pegasus Group was established in 2003 and has grown to become a leading independent, national planning consultancy, specialising in town, environmental and commercial planning; urban; landscape and graphic design; public engagement and economic analysis. Operating from ten offices and with over 230 members of staff throughout the UK, Pegasus provides itself on providing excellent service. With an acute understand of the changing nature of planning policy at local and national level, we inform clients upon the implication of merging planning and environmental planning policy and offer the most informed and sustainable solution
Border Archaeology Ltd has nearly 20 years’ experience in resolving archaeological and built heritage issues intrinsic to the planning process. Acting as both consultant and contractor, Border’s experienced team understands the commercial needs of developers, as well as the importance of successfully managing regulatory requirements.
Regionally located in seven offices across the UK, Border can demonstrate expertise in successfully managing the archaeological and geoarchaeological components of both infrastructure and construction projects. Border has established long-term relationships with clients who have come to value them for their proactive and commercial approach.
We have the top ranked planning team in the UK (ranked no 1 by Planning Magazine for the last three years running). We work closly with developers on the delivery of major residential and commercial development projects. With over 100 specialist lawyers we are thought leaders and ame changers in the market. We advise on major development projects and over 30 + nationally significant infrastrucutre projects. Our cutting edge interpreation of new infrastructure and development planning and environment legislation helps clients influence policy and legislative outcomes.
We are the leading specialist communications consultancy for the property, development, energy and infrastructure sectors. We operate across the UK, managing political, media and community relationships for some of the country’s most respected companies.
Penguin Recruitment has over 10 years experience in the Town Planning Sector.
As we enter 2017, our dedicated team of Planning Consultants are actively working with Consultancies, House Builders, Strategic Land Promoters and Local Authorities across the UK.
Whether you are a Graduate looking for that first career step, an Associate Director looking for that strategic move or an employer in the Town Planning Sector looking for a Recruitment Partner, Penguin’s considerable experience can help you achieve your goal.
Pegasus OHES is a multi-disciplinary environmental consultancy operating from sites right across the UK. Our origins are in the investigation and remediation of fuel oil spills, but over the last 15 years we have grown and diversified to a point where our business is led and staffed by some of the brightest and most experienced environmental consultants in the UK marketplace. More recently, in response to client demands, we have constructed a number of product bundles from our full range of services, which are designed to overcome environmental challenges in specific markets and sectors.
No5 Barristers’ Chambers is widely acknowledged as being one of the leading sets of Planning and Environment Barristers in the country. Housing some of the most sought after barristers in the field, members provide advisory and advocacy services to the highest standard and represent clients across both the public and private sectors.
With a strong team of QC's and juniors, backed by a proactive and skilled clerking team, No5 has been instructed to represent clients at every level and has been involved in a wide range of complex and controversial proposals. At No5, we pride ourselves on being accessible and commercially astute, whilst offering sound legal and strategic advice.
Deloitte Real Estate provides comprehensive real estate advisory, transaction and consultancy services to a wide range of public and private sector clients across the UK and abroad. With over 700 professionals across several disciplines dedicated to Real Estate in the UK, we bring together a unique blend of skills that have established a new benchmark in how real estate advisory services are delivered, with an unparalleled capability to provide insight and innovative cross-service solutions to the most complex or most basic of property challenges.
Our planning team has more than 70 consultants located across the UK in London, Manchester, and Leeds. We combine planning consultancy skills with the expertise of Development Consultancy, Affordable Housing, Viability Assessment and Community Consultancy teams to provide integrated joined up planning solutions for our Clients. Our clients include a wide range of landowners, investors, developers, corporate occupiers, government departments, local authorities, retailers, third sector organisations, cultural institutions, and infrastructure providers. We prepare, submit, manage and monitor planning applications for major commercial, retail, residential, institutional, cultural, heritage and infrastructure projects, and have extensive experience delivering planning permissions for complex schemes. Understanding and influencing national and local planning and environmental policy is at the heart of our work.
PBA is a leading UK development and infrastructure consultancy with a strong Planning presence in the North and South. With a reputation for providing commercially astute advice and innovative solutions, we create value for our clients and are a consultancy of choice.
Our Planning team specialises in development management, planning policy and evidence services. We understand the development process from start to finish and can unlock and help deliver schemes quickly and efficiently.
Working closely with PBA’s technical teams, we are well-placed to help our clients deliver viable development projects through our high-quality bespoke and integrated multidisciplinary service
Commonplace is the deepest, most comprehensive way to engage communities about the places they live. It facilitates better planning decisions through a greater understanding of local needs and enables cities and developers to reach the unheard majority in local communities. Commonplace breaks down barriers between local people, planners and developers, making it easy for local people to express what they need from their area and respond to proposals for change. It uses the data to provide valuable insights for developers and local authorities, helping them reduce the costs and risks of consultations and planning applications. Commonplace has undertaken 135 projects for 65 customers including Grosvenor, Grainger, U+I, Old Oak Common, HS, GLA, several London boroughs and other cities such as Bristol, Newcastle and Boulder Colorado.
At Bidwells we like to think we are a bit different from other property consultants; we don’t claim to do everything for everyone. But we do offer our clients unparalleled knowledge and access to the markets we serve – and these are some of the most interesting markets with the highest growth potential in the UK.
Much of our work is concentrated in the ‘Golden Triangle’ encompassed by Oxford, Cambridge and London. We also manage thousands of square miles of the UK’s countryside and coastline where we are helping clients to take advantage of opportunities in the high-performing areas of forestry, renewables, and agriculture.
Our planning team is among the largest in the UK.
Our work in multidisciplinary teams gives us unparalleled insight into the dynamics of commercial, residential and rural development. As a result, we take a commercial view of all aspects of the planning process. Clients find this hugely valuable in conjunction with our in-depth planning expertise plus the array of resources we offer as a large firm.
Our clients range from major house builders to leisure organisations, developers to universities, housing associations to private investors.
The Institute of Economic Development (IED) is the leading professional body representing economic development and regeneration practitioners. Established over 30 years ago, the IED provides a valuable network for economic development professionals and a wide range of support services including continuous professional development activities.
Funded entirely through member contributions, the IED is a genuinely independent voice. The Institute represents the interests of the profession through responses to government consultations, submissions to parliamentary select committee inquiries and participation in national initiatives.
We have introduced a development standard, Excellence in Economic Development, which is freely available to download from our website at www.ied.co.uk. A Self Assessment Toolkit to enable a baseline and development needs to be identified is also available.
We are represented on the Expert Panel of the What Works Centre for Local Economic Growth and we Chair the Professional Institutes Commission into Under-performing Towns and Cities.
British Property Federation
The British Property Federation (BPF) sustains and promotes the interests of all those who own and invest in property in the UK. We aim to create the conditions in which the industry can grow and thrive, for the benefit of our members and of the economy as a whole.
We represent a wide range of companies, including property owners and developers, institutions, fund managers, investment banks and organisations that support the industry. We work very closely with Government and other regulators, providing the knowledge and expertise they need to produce workable legislation and regulations.
Find out how to become a member at www.bpf.org.uk
World Architecture News
World Architecture News officially launched in September 2005 and is now established as the leading supplier of news and information to the global architectural community.
WAN also runs the WAN AWARDS, the largest international architecture awards programme, and NEWS REVIEW, a weekly round-up of latest project news from around the world. The site also features regular podcasts with leading industry figures, a Tech Spot feature focusing on breaking technology news and a constantly updated global jobs board, as well as events covering key areas affecting the architecture industry.
Join us on May 23rd in London’s West End when we will be hosting a Housing Symposium focusing on the current housing crisis in the UK. An international Task Force of experts will draw on case studies from other world cities and inject inspiration from visionary architects to help shape London’s future housing model.
Planning Officers Society
The society represents planning professionals in the public sector serving English Local Authorities. We are rightly styled as the credible voice for public sector planners.
We set out to:
- enable public sector planners to work together with Government and partners
- be a strong and united voice for public sector planners supporting and shaping planning policy and practice in local communities
- be a preferred point of contact for public sector planners where they can access learning, support and networking opportunities
- find common ground with other disciplines, organisations, and the media to improve the planning process, policy, and implementation
- broaden our membership and create a strong cohort of young planners, representative of the ethnic and gender diversity of the UK
The society's aim is to make planning more effective in delivering sustainable development to support the well-being of our communities.
If you’d like to be involved, we can create bespoke packages tailored to your needs and desired outcomes to reach, interact with and inspire this audience.
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