Green Planning Studio’s Director, Ruth Reed, is to be featured in the forthcoming ‘First Women UK’ photographic exhibition at The Royal College of Art from 20th July – 22nd August 2018.
As the first female President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, Ruth made history in 2009, following more than 175 years of male leadership. She has been photographed by artist Anita Corbin as part of this epic project of 100 portraits of trailblazing women in all fields of public life, alongside Betty Boothroyd, Nicola Sturgeon, and Dame Stella Rimmington to name a very few.
Artist Anita Corbin said: “Ten years ago, I had a powerful vision. I knew I had to create a body of work unlike anything I’d seen before. I wanted to celebrate women who have pushed boundaries to achieve their dreams in their own field. I wanted to tell their story, and I wanted it to be seen in 2018 as a celebration of 100 years of female suffrage.”
Of her inclusion in the project, Ruth said: “I am thrilled to be part of this exhibition and honoured to be amongst such amazing role models”.
The First Women UK exhibition will open on 20th July 2018 in the Dyson Gallery of the Royal College of Art, Riverside, 1 Hester Road, London SW11 4AN. Entry is free, 12noon-5pm daily until 22nd August. The exhibition will then travel around the UK, (dates and venues to be announced).
Green Planning Studio Ltd is pleased to announce that they are now advertising 3 job vacancies for a Planner / Assistant Planner, an Appeals Assistant and Researcher and an Architectural Assistant RIBA Part II.
We are a planning-led, multi-disciplinary consultancy based at Upton Magna near Shrewsbury, working on cases across England and Wales.
We specialise in unusual sites in rural areas for both developers and private individuals and require a candidate for a post to support the delivery of our expanding portfolio of land-use, housing and mixed-use development cases.
You will be part of our busy appeals team, carrying out research and also drafting and preparing planning appeal documentation. As a minimum, you will be a graduate, ideally with a degree in law. This is a full-time post.
Architectural Assistant RIBA Part II
Join our busy team preparing applications for a wide range of building types and scales of development. Part Ill support provided. This is a full-time post.
You will be a graduate, or have equivalent experience, with an interest in planning and architecture who will be the contact for all new enquiries to the practice. You will assist with marketing activities and provide administrative support for the applications team. A bright and friendly telephone manner is essential. Knowledge and experience of planning would be desirable but training will be provided. Part-time job share 0.6 over 3 days. Salary plus benefits to be agreed commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Green Plannings Studios workload continues to expand so we are currently recruiting for a Planner/Senior Planner.
You will need to be a qualified and chartered planner with a strategic approach to appeals. You will have a meticulous approach to data and an ability to write clear technical/legal English. You will be an effective team worker and able to handle and prioritise a busy and diverse workload.
2017 has been another successful year winning more cases and gaining more planning permissions for a host of diverse sites. 2018 promises continued growth for us as a practice and many more planning permissions granted for our clients.
Our offices will be closed from 5 pm on the 22nd of December 2017 until 9 am on the 2nd of January 2018 inclusively.
In this episode, Ruth talks about moving from her background in architecture to planning. Top tips for anyone wanting to gain planning permission and why she loves timber frame so much. “I got into planning to defend the genuinely good.”
Our Director, Matthew Green, is going to be speaking on “Maximising Your Land Use” at the Holiday Park & Resort Innovation show on the 9th in Theatre Hall 10.
I will be setting out how Green Planning Studio can help landowners and potential landowners identify how they can maximise the planning opportunities on their sites. This can include exploiting the conditions or lack of conditions on an existing planning permission and how alternative uses can be found for a site. We can identify existing uses and show how a certificate of lawfulness can open up the potential of sites. This can benefit tourism uses such as glamping, caravans and even tree houses as well as other rural activities from agriculture to rural crafts. We are at the forefront of emerging case law which gives our clients exceptional opportunities not open to them from conventional planning strategies.