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Regal Eagle
Town planning advice in London, SM4 6RS
Xpressworkforce
Town planning advice in Croydon, CR0 4WF
ARCHITEKTAS
Town planning advice in London, E14 7HG
M N Architectural Studio
Town planning advice in Greenford, UB6 8LL
Pinnacle Uk Construction Ltd
Town planning advice in Dagenham, RM8 1PT
Nigel Copsey Engineering Ltd
Town planning advice in Woking, GU22 0JS
Kpcl Architecture Ltd
Town planning advice in London, E15 4ES
Troy Planning + Design
Town planning advice in London, WC2B 4HN
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Town planning advice in London, SE19 3BQ
E Badu Architect & Designer Ltd
Town planning advice in London, N3 2AX
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Town planning advice in 34 Paradise Lane, NN15 6LX
Residential Design Solutions Ltd
Town planning advice in London, WC2H 9JQ

Latest Town planning advice Reviews

Regal Eagle
12 Aug 2018
Concise, on time, as expected - let's hope Building Control agre. :-)
Pinnacle Uk Construction Ltd
11 May 2018
Great Team, did an amazing job. Went beyond the call of duty. Awesome ...use this team, they are champions !
Tradepip!
24 Apr 2018
Very happy with service and would use again.
Lapunné
27 Oct 2017
I worked with pearl a absolute Gem of an architect I am really satisfied with her work. Also she stayed

Hiring a Pro for advice with town planning

A number of voices have an impact on the way communities and towns develop; as well as local planning authorities, a town’s residents or business representatives have their say, and want any new developments to address their needs and concerns. Groups like this often hire the services of town planning consultants to help them prepare planning applications, to assess local buildings and sites and to provide valuable advice.

When it comes to topics like this, you need to be sure that your hire is an expert, with all the specialist knowledge you require. Finding a candidate like this can be difficult and time consuming, but you can save yourself a great deal of stress by using Plentific.

The Plentific website can quickly generate a bespoke contact list of planning consultants in your local area that offer the services you need. From the Plentific Dashboard you can examine and manage quotes for your project, view the profiles and information of each of your choices and even make payments through the Plentific Wallet. Best of all, each and every job booked via Plentific will be covered by the Plentific Guarantee. With specialists from all over the UK, Plentific is ready to help you find your ideal hire, whatever your job might be.

What do you need to know about seeking town planning advice?

Luckily, it can be fairly simple to find a qualified planning consultant that can help you with town planning. To work in town planning a consultant will need a degree or postgraduate certification accredited by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI). This organisation also designates ‘chartered’ town planners that have passed an Assessment of Professional Competence and have several years of working experience in the field. Relevant subjects usually include town planning, environment & design, urban design and sustainability. It is also worth looking out for membership in the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

A town planning consultant can perform a number of services. They might use surveying technologies to assess the condition of a certain site, organise planning meetings within or between different groups or simply advise developers on local planning policy. They have an influence on transport, urban design, conservation and a number of other areas that help make up an average town.

Remember, what really makes a planning consultant valuable is their local knowledge. When screening your potential hires, ask them about local planning policy, and how they have dealt with it in the past. Ask if they have any completed projects that required careful maneuvering on their part, or ask if there are groups that they have worked with before who would be willing to provide a reference.

The cost of hiring a consultant to provide you with town planning advice will depend on that consultant’s qualifications and experience. On average, hiring a consultant to advise on a simple project can cost around £2,000. However, a consultant hired by a group to help them with a long term project could charge several thousands. A price should be agreed upon before a project begins. You may be asked to make an advanced payment. This is normal, but do not be pressured into paying everything up front. Your final choice will need to have active Professional Indemnity Insurance; make sure to get this, as well as the terms of the project, firmly in writing.