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.
In February 2018 the Secretary of State for Transport announced the decision to approve new passing facilities on the Manchester to Sheffield Hope Valley route at Bamford and Dore. RJP acted as the consents advisers on the project and supported the large multi-disciplinary team through the scheme development, application submission and public inquiry. The proposed…Details
Our practice director, Ruth Jackson, is currently training to cycle with Club Peloton from Copenhagen to Berlin this June. The ride is to raise funds for Coram, an adoption charity, founded in 1739, which every day offers direct, practical help and emotional support to vulnerable children, young people and their families. It of course also…Details
On 28th November, RJP took a little break from our busy day to discuss and agree our business values and to promote Manchester City of Trees’ GoGreen campaign. We wore green to raise a little money for the City of Trees campaign, avoided printing, rescued our wilting office plants and generally had a jolly time!Details
RJP attended the Place Northwest Merseyside Development Update this week. Top of the agenda were the economic growth assumptions underpinning the new Liverpool City Region housing and employment land assessment. Arguably, there are so many flagship projects in the city, from the Knowledge Quarter to Wirral Waters, that a more ambitious approach can be justified.…Details