We currently employ three Chartered Town Planners – Amy, Mick, and Sophie, who between them have many years worth of planning experience across local government, academia and private practice. They are supported by our in-house Landscape Architect, Kate and well as engineers in our parent company (Energyline).
Our planners ensure they always work to the professional standards of the Royal Town Planning Institute. We also employ a Landscape Architect and Plan Drawer, Kate. It is the experience, skills and values of our team that make us what we are. We strive to get the job done for you professionally in the most effective and efficient way, avoiding jargon and unnecessary extras along the way. We combine this with a friendly approach.
Meet the team
BA (Hons) MA MRTPI - Senior Planner
Amy holds a Masters degree in Planning from Leeds Met University. She co-ordinates the work load and direction of the business including adherence to ISO 14001, 9001 and other quality standards. Her other responsibilities include client liaison and customer care issues, together with the continuing professional development of Northern Planners staff. Amy is a Chartered Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute
BA (Hons) Dip EP MSc MRTPI - Senior Planner
Mick is a Chartered Town Planner with 30 years experience of professional planning work gained in the public and private sectors. This experience has included development planning and development management roles. Mick’s knowledge of planning law and consenting procedures under different legislative regimes is extensive.
BSc (Hons) MA MRTPI - Town Planner
Sophie has a Masters degree in Town and Regional Planning from Leeds Beckett University. She has a BSc degree in physical geography and has experience in residential, commercial and rural planning. In 2018 Sophie became a fully Chartered Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute.
BA (Hons) MA - Landscape Architect
Kate has a Masters degree in Landscape Architecture from Leeds Beckett University. She is highly skilled at all aspects of technical drawing work and use of spatial data. Her interests include 3D modelling and visualisation techniques such as photomontages. She aims to be a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute within the next two years.