Scott Brownrigg Planning celebrates 30th Anniversary by hosting industry event with guest speaker Tony Pidgley CBE


Scott Brownrigg Planning is celebrating its 30th Anniversary. Since forming in 1984, it has successfully forged its own identity as a standalone Planning Consultancy, whilst remaining a core service of the international design practice, Scott Brownrigg.

To mark its anniversary and the changing face of City planning over the last 30 years, a celebratory industry event is being held on 1 October at the Sky Bar, Grange St Paul’s Hotel, with guest speaker Tony Pidgley CBE, Chairman of Berkeley Group.

During its 30 years, the planning consultancy has built up long-standing, successful relationships with major blue chip clients and developers across the UK, providing top level strategic planning advice to deliver positive results and enhanced value for clients. Included in this is its 17-year involvement on the 327 hectare Hatfield Business Park development for Goodman’s. The scheme illustrates the team’s success in maintaining client and local authority relationships, as well as its determination to reach out to local communities.

The consultancy works collaboratively with clients on a vast range of schemes across the UK, working from its offices in London, Guildford, Cardiff and Edinburgh.

As well as being widely acknowledged for its planning industry knowledge, it is a previous winner of the prestigious RTPI Planning Consultancy of the Year Award and was a finalist at this year’s awards for its work on the high profile Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery scheme in Woolwich for the MoD/DIO.

Led by Philip Scott (ex CBRE Director) and John Watson (ex City of London Corporation), the team regularly publishes articles in professional journals and keeps clients up-to-date on planning policy developments.

The 1st October event will be attended by 150 guests from across the development, planning, architectural, and property investment sectors as well as senior representatives of local planning authorities

Whilst numbers are restricted, if you are interested in attending please contact