SLR’s team of highly experienced planners work in partnership with our clients to deliver the results that they need, through all aspects of the development process.
Depending on your requirements, our team will help guide you to the most appropriate approval pathway for your project. We provide specialist advice in Statuary Planning, Environmental Impact Assessments, Strategic Planning and Social Planning across all industries.
How can we help?
Our integrated knowledge and industry experience provide clients with robust market sensitive advice which removes obstacles to development and enables you to maximise value and operational advantage. We know where additional permits and licences may be required and will work with you to minimise risk of those approval processes on project delivery.
Our planners work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to deliver successful outcomes for our clients, with the ability to contribute at all stages of a project lifecycle from project scoping to delivery.
- Concept development
- Site identification and acquisition
- Development application/permits
- Specialist studies (geotechnical, landscape etc)
- Authority liaison
- Consultant management
- Holistic project management
- Detailed design
- Oversee construction certificate management
- Builder procurement
- Construction management
Technical Discipline Manager
Elle is responsible for advising on a number of major planning projects nationally in the UK and has particular expertise in the housing, mixed use, retirement, care and leisure sectors. Elle has extensive experience of the house building industry and the management and resolution of a breadth of planning related issues that arise throughout the development process from pre-acquisition through to post development issues. She has represented clients and negotiated with LPAs across the UK.
Paul has over 30 years’ experience in planning and strategic masterplanning, with specialist knowledge of town and city-wide regeneration strategies, rural and urban renewal projects, urban design and masterplanning. Paul also has specialism in tourism and working with Local Planning Authorities and private clients to develop funding streams for heritage assets and redundant sites as part of the masterplanning process.
Graham has nearly 40 years’ experience within the minerals sector. His specialism is in minerals planning, where he acts for a wide portfolio of national and local clients. Graham has been responsible for the project management of over 150 environmental impact assessments for minerals projects throughout the UK, with a very high success rate in terms of securing planning permissions. He also has extensive experience of presenting evidence at public inquiries, including advocacy, and at hearings and Local Development Plan examinations.
John specialises in major waste and mineral developments throughout the South of England, for many operators within the industry. He regularly advises clients on site developments and opportunities and has extensive experience of dealing with planning applications in sensitive areas. John is usually involved in all stages of a project including preparing proposals, making representations, negotiating with planning authorities, submission of planning applications and Environmental Statements, attending public meetings and local liaison groups, discharging planning conditions and site finding exercises.