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Planning & Development Consultancy

As commercial property experts, our Surveyors work with a number of public and private sector property owners and developers providing planning and development consultancy.  Our specialists are available to advise on a wide range of development types including:

  • Retail parks
  • Town centre regeneration
  • Residential sites
  • Employment sites
  • Mixed schemes

Our planning and development consultancy services include:

  • Site searches for development opportunities
  • Acquisition of development sites
  • Planning and development appraisals assessing the prospect of obtaining planning permission
  • Assistance securing planning consent
  • Promoting large residential and employment sites
  • Acting as a lead consultant on major projects

Working from offices in Watford, Hemel Hempstead and Welwyn Garden City, our Team covers a broad area from the M40 to the M11 across the Northern Home Counties and into Greater London. Whilst they have considerable experience and extensive knowledge of the development opportunities within this area, their services are not geographically exclusive and they often take instructions from farther afield.

Members of our Team have also provided consultancy advice to Local Authorities on regeneration projects. For an example of this please see our Watford Borough Council Case Study that involved valuation advice on lease re-gearing matters relating to a twelve acre development site.

For further information on our planning and development consultancy services please contact your nearest Brasier Freeth office.

Featured Case Study

Land Acquisition, Development & Lettings

Brasier Freeth acquired a 10 acre industrial estate in South West Hertfordshire and provided development consultancy to clients Albion Land
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