RJP is pleased to announce that we have secured planning permission on behalf of NCP Limited for a new temporary car park at Wilmott Street, Manchester. RJP co-ordinated the application with inputs from fellow co-consultants Drinkwater Architects, Curtins, and Cundalls. The temporary car park will make good use of a currently vacant, previously developed site…Details
Proposals for the Thomas Street site were revealed to the public for their views on the 7thFebruary 2019 (4:00pm to 7:30pm) at an event at the former Richard Goodall Gallery on Thomas Street. Under the instruction of Agecroft Investment Company, GA Studios, a local architectural firm, produced plans which looked to restore the Victorian-era frontage and roofscape. The proposal…Details
RJP is delighted to announce that St Albans City Council has given prior approval for the Govia Thameslink Rail and Network Rail application for the redevelopment of St Albans City Station. The project, designed by architects TTPP, will improve capacity and greatly modernise facilities at this busy commuter destination. RJP provided specialist rail planning advice…Details
Continuing on the theme of learning, our team took part in the Creating Our Most Valuable Team workshop with Wendy Kendall. The aim of the day was to learn about our individual strengths and how we can fit them together to bring the best out of our team. After a very productive morning of learning, the…Details
As our student colleagues get back to university in Manchester and Liverpool, our core team has also been investing into their continuing professional development. We have attended: the RTPI’s design and heritage conference, finding out more about Manchester town hall’s restoration plans; the RTPI Labour Party conference fringe event, where we got fresh perspectives on…Details
RJP has once again secured permission to allow the continued operation of temporary car parks by NCP at Store Street, Manchester. RJP successfully argued for a longer duration for the consent while proposals linked to the HS2 terminal in the vicinity of the site are evolving.
RJP is pleased to advise that approval has been secured for advertising signage on behalf of Creamline Dairies. The application was made to Stockport Council and, following discussions regarding scale and appearance, was approved on the 21st August 2018.
The RJP team this month welcomes a new graduate planner, Tom Young. Tom has completed his studies at the University of Manchester and will be getting started working on projects for clients including Govia Thameslink Rail, NCP, and Agecroft Investment Company Limited.
Following the arrival of Tess Cook in April 2018, RJP is delighted to announce the arrival of Callum Francis to the team. Tess has joined us as Associate Director and brings a wealth of experience including both in residential and commercial development. Callum is our new assistant planner and is working with us while he…Details
RJP is delighted that a reserved matters planning application on behalf of Countryside Properties was approved by Knowsley council on the 18th April 2018. The application was for 140 units, including high quality open space. This scheme will deliver housing in an excellent location, close to Prescot town centre and public transport services.