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Free expert advice on planning and development issues

Published November 8th, 2016

Have you been thinking about a planning project? Do you want to make changes in your farming business? Berrys is running a running a series of drop-in sessions in November to help answer all your questions about planning and development.

You can register for your place at our drop-in sessions being held at our Hereford office for one hour’s FREE, no obligation advice about any planning issue.

Graham Clarke, our planning consultant at the Hereford office, is qualified to advise on all aspects of planning and development for commercial, residential and agricultural property or renewable energy projects.

If you are looking to appeal an existing planning decision, want to know whether you can convert a building or simply want to find out if a project will succeed, call 01544 598080 to book a slot.

The offer is available for a limited time only on a first come, first served basis so please call the number above now or email graham.clarke@berrys.uk.com, or complete the form at http://www.berrys.uk.com/hereford-drop-in

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More about Graham Clark


MRTPI
Planning Consultant
Tel: 01544 598083
Mobile: 07741 310312
graham.clark@berrys.uk.com

Graham has over 22 years’ experience as a planner since obtaining a degree and post graduate diploma in Town Planning Studies at South Bank University, London. Graham has worked in a variety of planning roles in both the public and private sectors and is a qualified chartered town planner.

Graham has extensive knowledge of the planning system having worked in development management, planning enforcement and regeneration at Westminster City Council and Wolverhampton City Council. He joined Berrys as a planning consultant in September 2014 and is based in the Hereford office.

Graham has successfully dealt with intensive poultry applications, agricultural barn conversions to residential use, anaerobic digestion plants and housing proposals. He is also able to deal with planning appeals and provide advice on S106/CIL requirements.