We provide a unique and trusted town planning and development advisory service which is the catalyst for delivering positive change in the built environment. As strategic advisors, our dynamic, multi-disciplinary team see the opportunities that others do not, operating at each and every stage of the property life cycle.
Our national experts blend expert commercial and specialist knowledge with creativity. This is combined with commercial understanding and local knowledge of how places work and the contribution of sustainable development, enabling us to realise viable developments and create a sense of place.
Combining leading-edge town planners, economists, development surveyors and environmental specialists, we create value for our clients through the formulation and delivery of commercially focussed planning strategies and by unlocking and accelerating schemes through the consenting stages of the development process, for viable and deliverable commercial, residential, retail, leisure and mixed use developments.
In this programme, you will not only find yourself working on projects specific to your office and your clients, but also on those that span the UK and very occasionally overseas too. This gives great scope to gain a wide range of experiences, working on different projects and with a greater degree of autonomy early on in your career. We’ll help you gain the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) through either the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) or Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Planning & Development stream (RICS(P&D)) and encourage you to develop in areas that you have a particular interest.
For those wishing to train to be Chartered Town Planners and who have an appropriate RTPI accredited qualification (please check that your course/qualification is appropriately accredited at http://rtpi.org.uk/education-and-careers/find-a-course/accredited-qualifications/ ) and that the qualification is classified as ‘Combined’ or that you have completed appropriate courses that qualify as both ‘Spatial’ and ‘Specialist’.