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  • 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.

  • 19 Jun
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    Detail Planning Application Submitted - Whaley Bridge

    NJL Consulting has submitted a detailed planning application, on behalf of Alliance Living Ltd, for a residential development of 14 dwellings in Whaley Bridge.

    The development is located on a redundant industrial site to the east of Whaley Bridge town centre within the existing defined urban area. Located within a conservation area, the scheme will bring clear benefits through the demolition of a redundant negative building and sympathetic redevelopment to provide 14 much needed family homes.

  • 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.

  • 06 Mar
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    NJL Consulting holds College Gardens, Harrow Public Exhibition

    NJL Consulting held a public consultation event last week (Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th March) for a proposed major mixed-use development at College Road in Harrow on behalf of Dandi Living.

    The scheme comprises a mixed use development of approximately 490 residential apartments, 4,700 sq. m retail floorspace and 4,250 sq. m office floorspace.  The scheme also includes a new public plaza fronting College Road.  The proposal will provide major benefits through the comprehensive redevelopment of an allocated ‘Opportunity Area’ within Harrow, built around a landmark, 28 storey tower.

  • 27 Feb
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    NJL expands residential expertise

    NJL Consulting has hired Rebecca May as a Planner after the company expanded its residential client base.

    Rebecca joins from Gladman Developments where she was responsible for the preparation and submission of major housing applications, working on projects across the country.

  • 13 Jan
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    GMSF, Green Belt and Governance

    So, just as the final days of consultation on the first draft of the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework draw to an end, the fireworks go off with the prospective Mayor, Andy Burnham launching a major broadside to help spark the debate further. The press are lining up the other candidates as being pro the Framework (Sean Anstee) and anti (Jane Brophy) with Burnham seeking changes but not scrapping it.

    Notably, Burnham is quoted as saying “no net loss” to the Green Belt. A telling phrase.


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