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  • 08 Aug
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    Submission to introduce IN'n'OUT to Preston

    Acting on behalf of Pillars Group Limited, NJL is pleased to confirm the submission and validation of a planning application which seeks to regenerate a neglected gateway site on the approach to Preston City Centre.  The planning application seeks full consent for a car servicing garage with associated parking, landscaping and signage.

    The site had previously been earmarked for residential and then more recently retail development.  However, changes in market interest opened an avenue for the site to be used for employment purposes instead.  Car servicing operator IN‘n’OUT has signed up to the scheme.

  • 23 Jun
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    MediaCityUK and NJL win at Planning Awards 2017

    We are delighted to announce that MediaCityUK won Planning Permission of the Year at the Planning Awards 2017, run in conjunction with PlanningResource and PlacemakingResource. NJL Consulting worked on behalf of Peel Media Limited and joint venture between Peel Land and Property and Legal and General Capital to submit the application.

    Phase 2 will double the size of MediaCityUK and represents a £1 billion investment in this location.  It will bring forward c.1,800 apartments and 50,000 sq.m of offices with supporting retail, leisure, car parking and public realm.

  • 04 Apr
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    MediaCityUK shortlisted for Planning Awards

    NJL Consulting is delighted to announce that Phase 2 of MediaCityUK has been shortlisted for Planning Permission of the Year at The Planning Awards 2017.  Phase 2 of MediaCityUK comprises 11 development plots and will bring forward c.1,800 apartments and 50,000 sq.m of offices with supporting retail, leisure, car parking and public realm to continue the success of this prominent urban regeneration project.  Permission was granted on 1st September 2017 and it will represent £1 billion of investment in this location.    

    NJL acted on behalf of Peel Media Limited, a joint venture between Peel Land and Property Group and Legal and General Capital.  NJL was an integral part of the project team, providing strategic and detailed planning advice throughout the design process.  NJL set up a Planning Performance Agreement with Salford City Council which drove the planning process to a specific and tight timescale, including detailed pre-application engagement with the Council.  NJL co-ordinated the submission of the applications and the technical documentation that was submitted and prepared planning documents including a Planning and Delivery Statement, Technical Assessment Summary and an Executive Summary.  NJL worked closely with Salford City Council through to the successful determination of the applications within statutory timescales.

  • 05 Dec
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    NJL Consulting Leeds submits application for Unite the Union improvements

    NJL Consulting (Leeds) Ltd has submitted an application for planning permission to deliver substantial improvements to Unite the Unions’ existing premises on Call Lane, Leeds.

  • 07 Jun
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    Doubling the Size of MediaCityUK - Submission

    NJL Consulting is delighted to have worked on behalf of Peel Media Limited, a joint venture between Peel Land and Property Group and Legal and General Capital, to submit the applications for Phase 2 of MediaCityUK.  Phase 2 will double the size of MediaCityUK and represents a £1 billion investment in this location.  It will being forward c.1,800 apartments and 50,000 sq.m of offices with supporting retail, leisure, car parking and public realm.

    MediaCityUK is a leading creative and digital hub that accommodates nationally significant institutions such as the BBC, ITV and Salford University along with 250 businesses, including many SMEs.  It is a significant contributor to the Regional economy and a nationally leading exemplar of urban regeneration. 

  • 22 Apr
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    FBE's The Agents' Perspective Breakfast

    This morning, (Friday 22nd April), I attended a breakfast seminar at Radisson Blu put on by Forum for the Built Environment and sponsored by Caulmert.  The topic of the seminar was ”The Agents’ Perspective”’.  Speaking at the event were John Cooper of Deloitte, Dan Crossley of WHR, and Dan Davies of Metis. Each speaker provided their own specialist analysis and insight into past and present trends, and predictions on what the future in the development and planning industries might hold.  This blog provides a summary of the conversation at this morning’s session.

     


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