News from KEW Planning
What Changes to Planning Legislation and Policy is the UK Government Looking to Introduce for Short Term Lets and Associated Permitted Development Rights?
The UK Government has proposed a number of changes to the Town and Country Planning) 1987, as amended and the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015, as amended, and the Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications, Deemed Applications, Requests and Site...Read more
KEW Planning Kathryn Williams judges Co-Star Impact Awards
KEW Planning Managing Director Kathryn Williams was a judge at the 2023 Co-Star Impact Awards and assisted in advising on three categories in the competition. The categories included: Commercial Development of the Year, Lease of the Year and Sale/Acquisition of the Year. The event celebrates...Read more
What changes are proposed to Planning Policy Wales relating to Sites of Special Scientific Interest, Trees and Woodlands and Green Infrastructure?
The Welsh Government has proposed a number of changes to the Planning Policy Wales to strengthen practice on Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs), tree and woodlands and green infrastructure. It aims to improve biodiversity and the resilience of ecosystems in Wales. The changes are outlined...Read more
KEW Planning Shortlisted at the RTPI Wales Awards for Planning Excellence
KEW Planning is overjoyed to have been shortlisted by the RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence for Wales Small Planning Consultancy of the Year. We are delighted to have had our hard work and dedication recognised and are proud to be a nominee RTPI | RTPI Cymru Awards for Planning...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.