After a busy and successful year, Green Planning Studio will return to Birmingham’s NEC from the 11th-15th of October for another instalment of Grand Designs LIVE. We will be offering expert planning and architectural advice specialising in areas of constraint.
Join us in the Grand Build Section at stand B472. We will be available to assist with your enquiries. Ruth and Ian have previously been planning and architectural experts at both the Home Building and Renovating Show and at Grand Designs LIVE in London and in Birmingham.
Director Michael Rudd has successfully concluded a long-running case to secure permanent consent for Mr Wenman.
The case of Mr Wenman and Waverley Borough Council has finally drawn to a conclusion, with Inspector Philip Major allowing the appeal and granting a permanent planning permission. The appeal was made under section 78 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 against a refusal to grant planning permission. Mr Wenman’s had previously had his appeal dismissed, but that was overturned by the High Court.
Read the details of the case here:
Michael Rudd brings the long-running Wenman case to a successful conclusion
We are delighted to announce that Eleanor Simmons has successfully completed her legal training and is now a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives
Out with the old and in with the new… we have adopted a new design for our website. There are some more adjustments to be made to make the whole site more seamless and we will be adding some new wrinkles as well.
We are delighted that Joe Salt has qualified as an architect. He passed his Postgraduate Diploma in Architectural Practice in July and has registered with the Architects Registration Board and is a chartered member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. It is all the more remarkable that he completed his Masters in Environmental and Spatial Planning and became a father the same year.
Green Planning studio has advertised following job vacancy in the Shropshire Star:
Green Planning Studio is 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.
Appeals Assistant and Researcher
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 town planning or law.
This is a full-time post.
Please send CVs and any queries to email@example.com
GREEN PLANNING STUDIO LTD, Unit D Lunesdale, Upton Magna Business Park, SY4 4TT
Telephone: 01743 709364 Fax: 01743 709385
Application closing date: Monday 14 August 2017
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In addition, Ruth Reed will be presenting a Masterclass Theatre on:
Her presentation will be on Sunday the 2nd of July 2017 from 14:30 – 14:50
Advanced Tickets for the show are available until the 30th of June here: http://surrey.homebuildingshow.co.uk/tickets
Green Planning Studio Ltd is looking for an enthusiastic and resourceful planner or assistant planner to support the delivery of our expanding portfolio of land-use, housing and mixed-use development.
As a minimum, you will be a graduate with a degree in Town Planning and will assist the management and senior staff in the research, preparation and submission of material in support of the Practice’s broad portfolio of planning application casework. An understanding of the planning system and the ability to logically analyse, interpret and translate planning policies and legislation into clear technical and legal written English is essential.
A successful graduate or post-graduate candidate will be fully supported and mentored in obtaining chartered membership of RTPI.
Our architects designed the houses which sit in generous plots and benefit from views over the Sussex countryside. The houses respect the existing architectural vernacular and have been designed to maximise the development potential of the site.