We are delighted to have received a commendation award in the In-House Planning Team of the Year category at the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Awards. The winners were announced during a ceremony at Milton Court Concert Hall on 24th April 2019.
RTPI President Ian Tant MRTPI said: “Huge congratulations to all those who won or were commended in last night’s Awards for Excellence. The range of submissions this year was just tremendous and truly reflected the outstanding contribution that planning and planners make to successful places, sustainable environments, and lively, healthy communities.
“Nothing speaks up for planning so well as the great work showcased by our winning, commended and short-listed projects, teams and people.”
The judging panel was made up of 33 prominent planning experts from local authorities, private practices, universities and non-departmental public bodies. Chair of the panel was Sadie Morgan, co-founding director of dRMM Architects and current chair of the Independent Design Panel for HS2.
The judges said: “We were impressed with the work Natural Power is delivering with such a small team. The team incorporates new technologies in their work and uses innovative approaches to ensure early community engagement.”
As one of the original, and leading renewable energy development consultancies, we have more than 100 years of combined experience in delivering consented/permitted projects for clients. Our success rate, across more than 3.5 GW of installed capacity, is a testament to our thorough and considered approach to site development.
Natural Power performs a range of planning and related services ensuring that these feed into all aspects of our project design and development. Our planning department brings together qualified planners with project managers and a range of technical specialists to support our clients in the delivery of their projects. Our planning and consenting services cover the whole project life cycle from initial feasibility through, consenting, construction, operations and in the case of onshore wind, extensions, modifications and repowering of existing sites.
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