News from KEW Planning
We were shortlisted for the 2023 Cardiff Life Awards!
We are delighted announce that KEW Planning was nominated as a finalist for the 2023 Cardiff Life Awards in the property category. We are extremely grateful to have been shortlisted alongside a number of other impressive companies. It is fantastic to have received recognition for the high-quality...Read more
KEW Planning has won Consultancy of the Year at Cardiff Property Awards 2022
KEW Planning is delighted to have been awarded Consultancy of the Year at Cardiff Property Awards with judges commenting “KEW are really going places with 150% increase in turnover, new offices, bigger team and projects such as Fitzalan High School and Newport Leisure Centre.” KEW Planning has...Read more
Changes to planning legislation and policy for second homes and short-term lets come into force on 20 October 2022
Source: GOV.WALES On 4 July the First Minister and the Leader of Plaid Cymru announced a range of measures to tackle the issue of second homes and short-term lets in Wales. This has included a land use planning element with the introduction of three new use classes. These changes to planning...Read more
We are a finialist!
We have been shortlisted for the 2022 Cardiff Property Awards. We are thrilled to be a finalist and look forward to the event on the 18th of November. Kathryn Williams, Managing Director commented that: “As a Cardiff practice, it is important that we are part of the Awards that recognise the best p...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.