News from KEW Planning
KEW Planning wins at the RTPI Cymru Awards for Planning Excellence
KEW Planning is overjoyed to have won the RTPI Cymru Awards for Planning Excellence for Small Planning Consultancy of the Year. We are absolutely elated to have this female-led business win such a prestigious award. The Judges said: “KEW is a consultancy that can clearly demonstrate...Read more
Success with Four Year Public Sector Framework
Success in securing a top ranking on the public sector LHC Framework for Planning Consultancy Services in South East Wales; Mid Wales; South West Wales; Dorset & Somerset; Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Bristol/Bath areas. This was a major achievement for the practice, with only 5 others...Read more
Shortlisted for Consultancy of the Year 2023 at the Wales Insider Property Awards
Delighted to be shortlisted again for Consultancy of the Year 2023 with results announced on 15 June at the Wales Insider Property...Read more
Biodiversity Net Gain Regulations to Come Into Force in November
The UK Government has made it compulsory for property developers to set out how their proposed development will deliver at least 10% biodiversity net gain (with a few exemptions) from November 2023. This government initiative will help ensure developments produce thriving places for plants and...Read more
Corporate Social Responsibility
KEW Planning actively supports Cerebral Palsy Cymru providing pro bono planning advice for their new Head Quarters in Cardiff.
We also have run the Cardiff half marathon to raise funds for this amazing charity, to help pay for new equipment needed.
Nia Roberts volunteers for Planning Aid Wales, providing free advice to those that make enquiries. Nia also sits on the Young Planners Committee helping promote planning within the industry with the Royal Town Planning Institute.
Kathryn Williams volunteers for Career Wales, providing insight for pupils looking at what skills employers need and sits on the Women in Property committee, which helps promote diversity in the property industry. Kathryn is very enthusiastic to help raise the profile of women to break the bias on traditional work arrangements.