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JWPlanning

Sole Practitioner | 

1 Donovan Avenue
Muswell Hill
London
N10 2JU

Telephone: 
Fax: 
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Contact: James Williams

Email: jwplanninguk@gmail.com

London

1 Donovan Avenue
Muswell Hill
London
N10 2JU

Telephone: 
Fax: 
Mobile: 
Contact: James Williams

Email: jwplanninguk@gmail.com

James Williams MA FRICS FRTPI  [ E-mail ]

Economic Development

Development Strategies, Feasibility Studies

Enforcement

Appeals

Housing

Appeals, Applications

Legal

Appeals, Judicial Review, Land Tribunals, Public Inquiries

Local & Strategic Planning

Development Briefs, Development Plan Representation, EIP (Examination in Public), Planning Strategies

Negotiation & Dispute Resolution

Expert Witness, Section 106 Agreements

Research

Feasibility Studies, Site Appraisals, Viability and Planning Assessments and Inquiries

Retail

Factory Outlet Centres, Impact Tests, Out of Town Sites, Retail Impact Studies, Supermarkets, Town Centres

Urban Regeneration

Compulsory Purchases, Town & City Centre Revitalisation Schemes

Consultancy Profile

Total Staff      1
Total Professional Staff      1
Chartered Town Planners      1
Chartered Surveyors      1

As a chartered town planner and chartered surveyor, James Williams has practised as JWPlanning, an independent planning consultancy, since 1st June 2004.

The principal specialisms of JWPlanning are:

  • Bringing forward development sites through the planning process;

  • Town centre and retail development – advising on the planning policy justification and retail impact assessments;

  • Appearing as expert witness at planning and compulsory purchase inquiries, as well as Lands Tribunal and Court Hearings – his appearances as an expert planning witness number over 100.

Public sector clients include the Northern Ireland Government, Monmouthshire County Council, and Blaby District Council.

Private sector clients include funding institutions and development companies