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  • 05 Jun
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    Say it loud, Say it proud!

    NJL is delighted to confirm Hollie Barton will be representing the company by speaking at this year’s RTPI Planning Convention in London on 21st June 2018. 

    This year’s conference is on the theme of ‘resilient planning for our future’.  Based on her significant experience and interest in the retail and leisure markets and related projects (including in-centre and out of centre locations, diversification and refurbishment of shopping parades, and enhancing the commerciality of clients’ assets), Hollie will be delivering a presentation specifically on the relationships between technology and retail planning. 

  • 25 Jul
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    Spinning Point wins RTPI Planning Award for Excellence!

    NJL has extensive experience of delivering planning permissions to support regeneration across the country and now we are an award winner!

    We are delighted to confirm Phase 1 of Spinning Point has won the Regeneration category of this year’s RTPI NW Planning Awards for Excellence.  The project, approved by Rossendale Borough Council in February 2016, includes demolition of various neglected buildings, partial demolition and refurbishment of the former Town Hall building, provision of a new bus station and ancillary retail and leisure uses in Rawtenstall Town Centre.  The application was submitted on behalf of the RTB Partnership (which consists of Barnfield Investment Properties Limited, Together Housing Group and Rossendale Borough Council). 

  • 14 Oct
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    Success for our RTPI Ambassador

    We are pleased to report that NJL’s Justine Entezari represented the RTPI yesterday in delivering a presentation to Sixth Form students at Sale Grammar School.  Having been selected as an RTPI Ambassador as part of the Future Planners programme, the aim of the presentation was to provide an introduction to town planning and explain what a career in the profession might involve.

    The presentation was a great success, with students being asked to identify key planning issues and vote on the prospects of a planning application being granted permission.


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