News from KEW Planning
Planning and Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SuDS) in Wales
On 7 January 2019, Welsh Government made it a statutory requirement to have Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SuDS) in place to manage on-site surface water, for all construction work in Wales of 100sqm or more, whether they require planning permission or not. The SuDS must be designed 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.