• Physical planning: masterplanning, urban design, site assessments, development briefs, architectural designs for planning, environmental audit environmental assessments, and design guidelines.
  • Land-use planning: contaminated land/site, land reclamation, port/airport Studies, tourism/entertainment, commercial/residential mixed land Uses, and large-scale/town development planning and feasibility studies.
  • Planning legislation: UK planning legislation, planning processes, and standards and guidelines for overseas countries/regions.
  • Local planning and policies: planning applications, and planning appeals.
  • Strategic planning: land use, community, economic development, impact studies, environmental improvement strategies, employment, security planning, market research, planning appraisal, and development feasibility.
  • Project development feasibilities: phasing, planning and development feasiblity assessments for investment or development funding, short/medium/long term development assessments, planning risk analysis, and cost-benefit analysis.
  • Consultations: consultations with government authorities, consultations with interest groups, consultations with non-governmental organisations (NGOs), and public exhibitions and surveys.
  • Targeted surveys: targeted consultations with developers, owners, occupiers, and targeted social needs assessments.



Since 1997, Adrian Salt And Pang (ASAP) have been advising the former EDF Energy Networks – now UK Power Networks (Operations) Ltd and EDF Energy Group Property (and their predecessors) on town planning matters including:

  • interpretation of planning legislation,
  • planning strategy, design / masterplanning of sites and buildings, and
  • obtaining planning permission for operational and non-operational uses.

ASAP has carried out over 120 projects for EDF Energy plc across the UK, building up a considerable wealth of experience understanding the operational requirements and other corporate objectives of the electricity industry. We have worked with the Client to ensure a through understanding of their statutory powers, enabling projects to be completed in the shortest time scale possible. The scope of work includes:

  • designing buildings / enclosures for existing, enlarged or new EDF Energy facilities and obtaining planning permission as necessary,
  • determining the extent of permitted development rights for existing and proposed operational facilities and land,
  • designing new development schemes for surplus EDF Energy sites, maximising value wherever possible, and obtaining the necessary planning permissions, and
  • advising EDF Energy on the negotiation strategy for securing the future development and value of key sites through the town planning system.


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