06 Mar Press Release: The Rural Planning Practice held a ‘drop in’ planning surgery in March to mark first year in Cirencester
Cirencester rural planning consultancy, The Rural Planning Practice, marked its first year in Cirencester by hosting a free ‘drop in’ planning surgery on 23rd March for local residents and businesses.
The planning experts were on hand from 10am-5pm at their office at The Coach House, 60 Dyer Street in Cirencester and offered complimentary 30 minute consultations to anyone wanting advice on property and planning issues.
Judith Norris, who heads up The Rural Planning Practice and who has over three decades of rural planning expertise, commented: “Recent planning changes, diversification trends and the housing white paper have opened up opportunities for many landowners and businesses.”
“Our free planning surgery will be a useful port of call for anyone who wants to find out more about a particular planning issue or the opportunities for developing their property. Whether it’s advice on dealing with listed buildings, developing redundant farm buildings or simply putting up a shed, we can give people some initial guidance and reassurance at an early stage.”
If you are still in need of planning advice, please call The Rural Planning Practice’s Offices on 01285 719568 or 01580 201888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
With 30 years of rural planning experience, the Rural Planning Practice opened its Cirencester office in April 2016 and has another office in Cranbrook in Kent. The team offers a full range of planning and development services and are specialists in listed buildings, rural buildings, equestrian, agribusiness, historic landscapes and farm diversification. Further details can be found at www.therrp.co.uk