SERVICES

  • 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.

 

TRACK RECORD OF WORKING WITH THE ELECTRICITY INDUSTRY

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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