|Name||Jennifer Lampert Associates Ltd|
The planning work undertaken includes the identification of development opportunities, preparation of feasibility studies and provision of planning support statements and design and access statements for planning applications.
In addition the practice also undertakes research and preparation of appeal statements and their appendices.
Representations are also made on behalf of clients to the emerging Local Plans ting on sites throughout the UK.
Jennifer has recently expanded her experience over the past four years in providing detailed support to groups involved in Neighbourhood Planning. The work includes holding workshops and providing more targeted support for Parish Councils who are preparing Neighbourhood Plans. She is currently working with groups in Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire and Leicestershire.
Jennifer has also undertaken a variety of development work with an emphasis on redevelopment and renewal projects for both housing, commercial and tourism projects, for individual clients and the development industry.
The main office is in the Borders and the practice is well placed to provide planning advice for projects in the north of England and Scotland, as well as continuing to work for clients further South from a second base in Buckinghqmshire.
Renovation and conversion of a Victorian silk factory to dwellings and new residential apartments at Rothwell, redevelopment of Symington's coffee factory at Market Harborough., redevelopment of hotel site, Bournemouth, conversion of Victorian school house to dwellings and infill housing in Cambridgeshire, change of use of Grade 2 star listed building to naturopathic clinic at Langley Park, and various smaller development sites throughout the UK.
Commercial work includes: renovation of a listed building to offices at Woburn Sands, provision of a garden centre in Milton Keynes, conversion of redundant farm buildings to business uses in Aylesbury Vale and redevelopment of redundant fsrm steadings to housing accommodation in the Scottish Borders.
The approach is to appraise sites through pro-active planning based on research and negotiation which identifies the most appropriate way forward within the framework of the Local Planning Authority and meets the objectives of the client.
Legal: Direct Professional Access to the Bar
Local & Strategic Planning: Development Briefs
Local & Strategic Planning: Local Plans
Conservation: Conservation Areas
Conservation: Historic Building Restoration
Conservation: Historic Towns / Sites
Conservation: Listed Buildings
Conservation: Rural Conservation
Conservation: Urban Conservation
Agriculture: Agricultural Developments
Agriculture: Barn Conversions
Business: Advertisements / Canopies / Blinds
Business: Change of Use
Business: Extensions / Alterations of Premises
Business: Lawful Development Certificates
Business: New Premises
Business: Working from Home
Countryside & Environment: Rural Regeneration
Neighbourhood & Community Planning: Public Participation
Housing: Car Parking
Housing: House Extensions
Housing: Residential Developments
Industrial: Heavy Industry
Industrial: Light Industry
Negotiation & Dispute Resolution: Expert Witness
Negotiation & Dispute Resolution: Planning Gain
Negotiation & Dispute Resolution: Section 106 Agreements
Local & Strategic Planning: Development Plan Representation
Local & Strategic Planning: EIP (Examination in Public)
Local & Strategic Planning: Greenbelt
Local & Strategic Planning: Sub-regional Planning
Research: Feasibility Studies
Research: Land Availabiltiy Studies
Research: Research / Surveys
Research: Site Appraisals
Retail: Advertisements / Canopies / Blinds
Retail: Car Boot Sales
Retail: Change of Use
Tourism & Leisure: Amusement Centres
Tourism & Leisure: Caravan Parks / Camping Sites
Tourism & Leisure: Golf Courses
Tourism & Leisure: Guest Houses / B&B
Tourism & Leisure: Fast Food / Take Away Outlets
Tourism & Leisure: Hotels
Tourism & Leisure: Tourism
Urban Regeneration: Brownfield Sites