We are passionate advocates of sustainable growth and regeneration
Our services generate long-lasting value for clients and meaningful benefits for local communities.
We combine leading professional expertise with in-depth market knowledge. Please take a look at our track record, which illustrates the scale and breadth of our work and success for clients.
In 2017, we promoted land and secured permissions for 180,000 homes and 6.5 million sq m of commercial floorspace.
Other successes include tall buildings, film studios, sports stadia, airport expansion and port redevelopment.
Our six main services are supported by specialist services. They can be engaged as an integrated ‘full service’ whole or as standalone specialisms
Planning and development consultancy Turley has strengthened its planning service in Scotland, appointing Lisa Russell as associate director and Hannah Munro as planner at its Edinburgh office.Lisa joins from WYG and brings over 15 years’ experience in securing energy, retail, residential and commercial planning permissions. She has also helped to facilitate the delivery of key strategic infrastructure developments across Scotland and the UK.
Planning and development consultancy Turley has strengthened its Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) service, appointing Andrew Malcomson as associate director and Chloe Patel as consultant. Andrew joins Turley’s Bristol office from Barton Willmore. He brings with him a wealth of procedural and technical experience in the delivery of high quality and proportionate EIA across the UK.
Delivering mixed-use developments in UK town centres could add millions of pounds to local economies and create thousands of jobs, according to leading planning and development consultancy Turley.
Leading development consultancy has appointed a new director for development viability – a move that enables its teams in London and the South East to offer the specialist service locally.
This ZEDpods development proposes to build 11 homes over the Chalks Road carpark, adjacent to St George Park.
Galgorm Collection’s new boutique hotel, restaurant and bar on Ormeau Road Belfast get green light from Belfast City Council
A minimum of 45,000 new homes could be delivered by converting existing vacant space in UK town and city centres, a landmark report has revealed.
Studley Castle, the brand new hotel from leisure group Warner Leisure Hotels, opened its doors to its first guests recently for a spectacular launch weekend.
We have strengthened our planning team and broadened our offering in the region following a period of growth.
The report, commissioned by the BPF and produced by Turley, provides key recommendations for both the Government and property sector, to ensure enough warehouse space is built to sufficiently service new and growing communities across England.