Town Planning Services

IDPartnership advise on all aspects of the planning system for a range of developments in order to provide inspiring, innovative and sustainable solutions. The integrated range of services which IDPartnership can provide from policy through design to delivery, offer their clients a distinct competitive advantage.

By having an in-house planning team, IDPartnership recognises the role planning plays within the development industry. It realises how important it is to ensure that the correct planning approach is followed to successfully guide development through an increasingly complex planning system.

Integrity is a key part of our approach in providing straightforward and honest advice.

IDPartnership acknowledge the importance of community engagement and how it can shape planning applications and reduce the risk of objections at a later stage. They have extensive experience of working with local communities on a range of projects with a great deal of success.

We understand the importance of managing heritage related planning issues within a commercial context, whether it is bringing new life to listed buildings or developing within conservation areas.

Our planning team provides a service to clients across the country, both as part of larger, multi-disciplinary teams and on stand-alone planning commissions, and we have a strong track record for successfully securing planning permissions. Our clients are from both the public and private sectors.

We undertake work across a range of planning and regeneration aspects including:

  • Strategic planning and development framework monitoring and representations
  • Planning applications and negotiations including Section 106 Agreements and Community Infrastructure Levies (CIL)
  • Report preparation including Planning, Heritage and Affordable Housing Statements and Statements of Community Involvement
  • Planning Appeals
  • Development Appraisals
  • Land Availability Studies
  • Masterplanning and Development Briefs
  • Bid Submission
  • Community Engagement

 

for The Rise, Scotswood, Newcastle upon Tyne