Project list

Please find below a list of the projects we have undertaken.


Upton Lodge Farm feasibility study, West Northamptonshire Development Corporation

Aylsham Regeneration Strategy, Broadland District Council (Conservation Area)

Brackley Town Hall, Brackley Town Council (Grade II* Listed)

Grade II Buildings at Risk Pilot, English Heritage (Grade I, II* and II Listed)

Carnegie Library, London Borough of Lambeth (Grade II Listed)

Wisbech High Street HLF bid, Fenland District Council (Conservation Area and Grade II Listings)

Dover Town Hall, (Grade II* Listed and a Scheduled Ancient Monument)

Economic Development

Northamptonshire Enterprise Partnership, Regional Growth Fund 3 bid

Acle Village Economic Masterplan, Broadland District Council

Reepham Economic Strategy, Broadland District Council (Conservation Area)

Babergh and Mid Suffolk,

South Norfolk Market Towns, South Norfolk Council

Herne Bay, Canterbury City Council

Dengie Gateway, Maldon District Council

Regional Growth Fund bid round 4, Northamptonshire Enterprise Partnership

Sandby Business Plan, Sandby Limited

Newham College of Further Education relocation business case, Newham College of Further Education

NewViC relocation business case

Barclay Hall

Waltham Forest High Streets

East Croydon cycle hub feasibility study

Sprowston Neighbourhood Plan, Sprowston Town Council

Brackley Regeneration

Northampton Footmeadows, West Northamptonshire Development Corporation

Acle Neighbourhood Plan, Acle Parish Council

Brundall Neighbourhood Plan, Brundall Parish Council

Stimpsons Piece, Reepham Town Council

Drayton Neighbourhood Plan, Drayton Parish Council

North Norfolk LGA, North Norfolk District Council

Cromer West Prom, North Norfolk District Council (Grade II Listed)

Heydon Estate Strategy, Heydon Estate  (Grade I Listed, Grade II Listed, Conservation Area and Grade II* Registered Parkland)

Merton Estates, Circle Housing


A catalyst for change

Local Government News – February 2012, Kate Pinnock

Is it time to stop trying to justify investment in green infrastructure using the end product as a driver? Is it time to consider investment in terms of ensuring regeneration is able to progress where green infrastructure is an important catalyst? Kate Pinnock explores these tricky dilemmas. (Undertaken at prior employment, Urban Delivery)


De-risking regeneration projects

Planning – February 2012, Kate Pinnock

Kate considers how in an era of funding cuts and significant economic uncertainty, public-sector led regeneration projects can be delivered. She looks at the way teams can de-risk projects through a variety of means including: building resolve and support through partnership; securing funding; delivering early public realm or infrastructure; land assembly and planning. (Undertaken at prior employment, Urban Delivery)


Recovery position

Public Finance – December 2011, Ross Ingham

The article focuses on the opportunities and challenges presented by proposed legislation to re-localise non-domestic rates. It considers how local authorities can quantify their potential business rate income capacity from empty commercial space and vacant sites and how they can incentivise development to deliver this uplift. (Undertaken at prior employment, Urban Delivery)

Local Green Infrastructure: Helping communities make the most of their landscape

October 2011, contributors Ross Ingham and Kate Pinnock

Building on their 2009 statement on Green infrastructure, the Institute’s new guidance is aimed at inspiring local decision-makers and communities to make the most of their land, while helping wildlife to flourish, reducing flood risk, providing green open space for all, and delivering a wide range of economic, health and community benefits. The booklet features eight case studies from across the UK where GI has been woven into the fabric of local communities, bringing a wide range of benefits and features Bury Mount, Towcester. (Undertaken at prior employment, Urban Delivery)


Grow your own business rate income

Public Finance – October 2011, Ross Ingham

Current proposals to relocalise business rates will create a direct link between economic performance and additional revenue for local authorities. So how can they maximise the opportunities? Ross Ingham explores this issue. (Undertaken at prior employment, Urban Delivery)


Valuing Places: Good Practice in Conservation Areas

English Heritage – January 2011, contributors Ross Ingham and Kate Pinnock

Ross and Kate provided contributions to the document and led the restoration of Bury Mount. Bury Mount was included in the ‘Reinforcing Character – public realm’ section which illustrates how new interventions can reinforce local distinctiveness and historic character. The project is praised for turning a neglected backland site into an exciting and much needed new public asset for the town. It is also commended for demonstrating good practice including local community engagement, working in partnership to further resources and capabilities and planning for the long-term. (Undertaken at prior employment, Urban Delivery)