Woolley was approached by a family who owned four plots situated within a larger land area in an expensive location, comprising a total of 17 plots.
Kings Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council, were undergoing a long-term process to explore how to potentially accommodate 16,000 new homes across the borough.
Waitrose and the Taste of Cornwall engaged our services to carry out a community consultation and feasibility study for developing a Waitrose store.
The Concerto methodology was first tested on a major development with a pilot study in Norwich.
LDF Consultation District Council One Local Planning Authority recognising the potential of Concerto-Intelligent Community Planning, has, in conjunction with Woolley…
This research project was produced for a Steering Group of eight regional organisations, led by DEFRA.
Newmarket Development Trust ProjectWoolley helped to advise and set up the Home of Horseracing Trust to manage these assets.
In Eastern England, an old man owned a large farm much of which he sold off for housing. He also sold an option agreement on further land and entered into contracts linking back to these earlier deals.
There was some land in southwest England, alongside a main road. It comprised a number of farm buildings that had burnt down ten years previously.
In South Eastern England there was a 50 acre block of residential development land. This had been sold subject to an option to developers, brokered by an agency.
Thanks to meticulous attention to detail, the Woolley team achieved only the second PPS7 in history without going to appeal. This contemporary country mansion was planned to occupy a commanding position overlooking the rolling countryside of the Vale of Belvoir.
After seeing how Woolley work for our Institutional Property Fund clients, Wilsons Solicitors have engaged their services on a number of occasions to oversee the consultants managing large and/or complex developments for private landowners.
A landowner client owned land in southern England in two villages. Both sites had development potential and Woolley’s task was to drive the teams of consultants forward to secure planning consents.