Scott Brownrigg Planning wins RTPI Small Planning Consultancy of the Year Award 2010
Scott Brownrigg Planning has won the RTPI Small Planning Consultancy of the Year Award 2010.
The nine-strong chartered town planning team work closely with Scott Brownrigg’s wider integrated design practice and on their own portfolio of projects.
With reference to the team, the judges noted that: "Robust procedures and professional judgement ensure high standards of advice to clients. The team show innovation in community engagement, considering a range of communities and undertaking education on the planning process."
Martyn Stutchbury, Planning Director and Group Director at Scott Brownrigg stated: “We are absolutely delighted to have won this award. The win reflects the team’s continuing success and commitment to providing the best possible service on a wide range of projects, together with our focus on three key objectives – sustainable development, high-quality design and public engagement. Helping to create and bring about better schemes is part of our ethos”.
Since 1978, the Royal Town Planning Institute's Awards for outstanding achievement in town and country planning have celebrated the planning profession's contribution to the quality of life throughout the British Isles and Ireland. In particular the "Planning Consultancy of the Year Awards" recognises the contribution made by consultants to better planning practice in the UK and Ireland and seeks to identify exemplary practice that meets the requirements of clients and the wider community and carries weight within the profession at large. The awards recognise the diversity of the planning consultancy sector and its clients and the variety of work involved.
The judges were Adrian Penfold, Head of Planning and Environment at British Land, Stephen Tapper, President, Planning Officers Society and Pat Castledine, Consents Manager, Union Railways and representing the RTPI.