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Telephone: 01233 506201
Telephone: 01233 506201
David Jarman is a Director of Hobbs Parker Property Consultants LLP, incorporating his previous practice David Jarman Associates from the start of 2007, and following 15 years as a Partner in the practice of BSF Planning Consultants.
Following 10 years working in Local Government as a Town Planner in the West Midlands and Kent between 1977 and 1987, David founded BSF Planning Consultants in Canterbury in 1988, as a division of Bureau Stocker Fitzpatrick Consulting Engineers. Following two years as Planning Director from 1988 to 1990, he was Partner in the practice from 1990 to November 2005.
In addition to his professional practice, David Jarman teaches Planning Law at London South Bank University (2000 to date), following teaching in Planning Law at the School of Architecture in Canterbury (1987-2004).
He has also previously taught Environmental Management at Canterbury Business School, University of Kent (1992-1999).
David Jarman has extensive experience representing the Royal Town Planning Institute, sitting on the Executive Committee of the South East Branch (1981-1994), which he chaired in 1990 and 1993; he represented the South East Branch on the National Royal Town Planning Institute Council between 2000 and 2001, and has been a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute Conduct & Discipline Panel from 2000-2001 and 2004 to the present date.
He has represented the Royal Town Planning Institute on the Canterbury Conservation Advisory Committee since 1996.
Publications include articles in Planning Magazine on a variety of planning topics, between 1987 and 1998.
Jane Scott is a Senior Planning Consultant and joined Hobbs Parker Property Consultants LLP in 2011. Jane and has over 26 years planning experience in the public and private sectors.
Pam Przyjemski is a Senior Planning Consultant and joined Hobbs Parker Property Consultants LLP in 2009. Pam has extensive planning experience in the public and private sectors.
Agricultural Developments, Barn Conversions, Development Applications, Development Viabilities, Diversification, Estates, Farms, Horticulture, Liveries, Option Agreements, Planning & Development, Small Holdings
Advertisements / Canopies / Blinds, Business and Science Parks, Car Parking / Access, Change of Use, Enforcement, Extensions / Alterations of Premises, Lawful Development Certificates, New Premises, Offices, Working from Home
Conservation Areas, Historic Towns / Sites, Listed Buildings, Rural Conservation, Urban Conservation
AONB (Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty), Coastal Planning, Countryside Access Strategies, Environmental Impact Assessments, Environmental Statements, Green Belt, Renewable Energy Sources, Rural Regeneration, Strategic Environmental Appraisals, Tree Preservation Orders
Development Strategies, Feasibility Studies, Funding Applications
Appeals, Remedial Action
Health Centres, Nursing Homes
Affordable Housing, Appeals, Applications, Boundaries / Curtilage, Car Parking, House Extensions, Housing Design Layout, Housing Needs Studies, Objections, Residential Developments, Social Housing
Light Industry, Minerals / Aggregates / Extraction, Mobile Phone Masts, Oil & Gas, Telecommunications, Utilities, Waste Disposal
Advocacy, Appeals, Direct Professional Access to the Bar, Judicial Review, Public Inquiries
Community Plans, Core Strategies, Development Briefs, Development Plan Monitoring, Development Plan Representation, EIP (Examination in Public), Greenbelt, Local Plans, Minerals Local Plans, Planning Strategies, Statements of Community Involvement, Sub-regional Planning
Contracted Out Services
Minerals/Aggregates Extraction, Waste Recycling
Expert Witness, Planning Gain, Section 106 Agreements
Neighbourhood Development Plans, Public Participation, Schools / Community Buildings, Village Design Statements, Village/Town Appraisals
Feasibility Studies, Land Availabiltiy Studies, Research / Surveys, Site Appraisals, Viability and Planning Assessments and Inquiries
Advertisements / Canopies / Blinds, Change of Use, Markets, Out of Town Sites, Shops, Site Design Layout, Supermarkets, Town Centres
Amusement Centres, Caravan Parks / Camping Sites, Cinemas, Fast Food / Take Away Outlets, Golf Courses, Guest Houses / B&B, Health Clubs, Hotels, Parks, Playing Fields, Public Houses, Restaurants, Tourism, Wildlife Centres / Zoos
Airports, Car Parks
Brownfield Sites, Compulsory Purchases, Rural & Village Schemes
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Hobbs Parker Property Consultants offers the full range of specialist Town Planning and Environmental Consultancy advice to clients, in private and public sectors, throughout the South East of England.
The Practice ethos is to provide the highest quality independent and impartial professional advice in a manner tailored to the specific individual requirements of clients, with projects ranging from individual houses to major developments, and residential developments of 1000 houses or more.
At a time of particularly rapid change, in both planning legislation and planning policy guidance, the Practice prides itself on providing the most up to date service possible, and on providing proactive advice to its clients on the implications of these changes for them.
Our range of professional services includes:
~ Applications for planning permission.
~ Applications for Listed Building Consent & Conservation Area Consent. - Applications for all types of Prior Approval. ~ Design and Access Statements.
~ Development Appraisals.
~ Development Briefs.
~ Planning Appeals.
~ Representations on Local Development Frameworks/Regional Plans.
~ Environmental Impact Assessment.
~ Certificates of Lawfulness.
~ Enforcement Notice Appeals.
~ Applications for Advertisement Consent.
~ Advice on interpretation of Planning Permissions & Planning Conditions
~ Section 106 Agreements.
~ Instructions through direct professional access to specialist QCs/Barristers
for legal advice on planning matters.
Our special sectors of expertise include:
~ Residential development including affordable housing.
~ Industrial & commercial development.
~ Educational development.
~ Recreational development, including golf courses.
~ Solar developments.
~ agricultural buildings and rural diversification.
~ Development in the Green Belt.
~ Leisure development including nightclubs, Public Houses, restaurants and motor racing circuit proposals.
~ Equestrian projects including riding schools & stud farms.