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Associates

35-200-300-0-6-200-247Clare B. Wright MA PG Dip (BRS) MRTPI MILM

Principal, C.B.Wright & Associates Ltd.

I have worked with many leading professionals over the years and developed a network of specialists to provide a continuous service for clients.

Some of these associates are listed below, and like myself, are committed to the highest standards to provide you with the advice and support you require to succeed in your project.

I am a Chartered Town Planner and urban designer. Over 30 years of experience in planning, development and design have taken me through interesting roles in the public, private and third sectors. These include development control, planning policy, planning exhibition design and management, public engagement and regional planning management. All of these utilising important core skills of planning and design which I bring to support clients pursuing well-designed projects through the planning system in central London.

J Mansell Jagger MA(Cantab) DipTP MRTPI IHBC

Planning and Heritage Consultant, Heritage

Formerly Director of Planning at Canterbury City Council, Mansell Jagger has over forty years experience in all aspects of planning and conservation. He is now in practice as a Consultant, specialising in conservation, historic building preservation, development and urban design.

He is a Chartered Town Planner and member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation. He is Vice-President of ICOMOS-UK and a member of the UNESCO-UK Culture Committee. He is a Director of the Canterbury Archaeological Trust, and has served on the South East Regional Design Panel (SEEDA/CABE).

As a consultant, Mansell has advised a number of private and public sector clients on proposals ranging from the conversion and restoration of individual listed houses, barns and oasts to major town centre redevelopments in historic cities such as Exeter and Oxford. He has a successful record in dealing with planning applications and planning appeals and has lectured widely on conservation and design.

He has also been responsible for: preparing management plans and feasibility studies for the Canterbury World Heritage Site and the proposed Chatham World Heritage Site; carrying out Conservation Area Appraisals for Exeter and Colchester, and preparing Local Lists of historic buildings in Sevenoaks District.

Major private sector clients include Land Securities PLC, Montagu Evans, Skelton Developments, Ridgemount Properties and the King’s School, Canterbury. Public sector clients include Medway Council, the States of Guernsey, Colchester Borough Council, Sevenoaks District Council, Fordwich Town Council and Heybridge (Essex) Parish Council.

Mansell Jagger is available for direct enquiries manselljagger@btinternet.com

Forum Heritage Services

A heritage consultancy offering a wide range of services nationally, providing assistance and guidance in understanding and managing historic areas, buildings and sites for clients in both the public and private sector.

FHS specialises in characterisation-based work with a core emphasis on the morphology and archaeology of place, and how this contributes to present day character and sense of place.

Our work includes: archaeological desk-based assessments; characterisation projects; conservation area appraisals; conservation management plans; design and access statements; historic building appraisals and recording; policy documents; and urban design frameworks.

For more information visit the web site http://forumheritage.com/

Rights of Way

Michael Wood has worked in rights of way for 17 years, providing advice and representation on the legal and technical issues in the field of public access to land. This includes public footpaths, bridleways, restricted byways and byways, together with public vehicular highways, common land and village greens, the right to roam and marine and coastal access. He has successfully handled modification orders, diversion and extinguishment orders, private rights of way claims and open country mapping for landowners.

Michael has undertaken more than 65 public inquiries on modification orders with a high level of success for clients including defeating many claimed rights, securing the downgrading of public status and the reduction of claimed widths, as well as ensuring that gates and stiles are recorded. His successes at inquiry include cases which have been referred to us just days before the inquiry commences.

Michael works exclusively for landowners, land managers and tenants from large estates to individual country house owners.

For more information visit the web site www.etlandnet.co.uk

 

Access, diversity and equalities

Mary-Ann Nossent has worked in the equality field for the last 16 years, in both employed and voluntary capacities. She is an expert in equality and diversity and works as consultant, trainer and conducts access audits, access statements and equality impact assessments. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), and the Centre for Accessible Environments (CAE).

Based in the South East, she works across the country on equality projects, covering the protected characteristics identified by the Equality and Human Rights Commission – age, disability, gender, (including transgender), race/ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation and social circumstance.

As well as conducting access audits on buildings, Mary-Ann advises on accessibility on accessibility to open spaces and Public Rights of Way.

Mary-Ann is consultant on the IncluSave project with Kent Architecture Centre and CABE (Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment), which has produced a process to embed equality and diversity at the core of new projects for planners and architects.

Mary-Ann’s clients include: Kent County Council, South Downs College, Kent Police, Peabody Trust, Servite Houses, York City Council, West Sussex Primary Care Trust, QED Productions, Archbishops Council and Medway Council.

For more information visit the web site www.equalitytraining.com

 

Success coaching for businesses

Ted Wilmont offers success coaching for business. He is an advanced EFT practitioner, AAMET-approved trainer and trainer of Matrix Re-imprinting.

As well as offering one-to-one sessions to many private clients across the world, Ted trains therapeutic practitioners in the UK, Ireland and the Czech Republic.

For individual clients Ted works flexible hours to suit you. For those with busy lifestyles, EFT can be done easily by telephone or Skype.

For more information visit the web site http://www.eft4life.co.uk

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