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Screen Shot 2016-05-03 at 13.51.30H&H Land and Property have today announced the appointment of Neil Henderson as Senior Chartered Town Planner.

Regularly working out of the offices located in Durham and Kendal, Neil will be  based at the Carlisle office of H&H Land and Property, leading the planning department, providing professional advice to clients in all aspects of planning and development issues.

Having previously worked for H&H Land and Property up until 2014, now returns to the fold to head up the planning department. Supporting the extensive land agency team, Neil and the team will be working together to ensure that clients of H&H Land and Property are maximising the potential from their land, and their building resources.

Having obtained an MSc in Town and Country Planning at Heriot-Watt University, and a BSc (Hons) in Environmental Science at the University of Bradford, Neil has extensive experience in the public sector with both local and central Government. He has been a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute since 1998.

Growing land agency group H&H Land and Property operates across the North of England and Scottish Borders and offers a comprehensive range of services. They have a professional approach to providing innovative advice across specialist areas including estate management, rural land and business, residential management, valuation and surveying, planning and development, conservation and environmental pursuits, property and property agency.

For H&H Land and Property this is a key appointment for the company as Tim Parsons, Director explains:  “I am delighted to welcome Neil back to the team; he demonstrates a very strong understanding of planning at all levels.  During his career he has worked across geographical areas covering the North East, Scotland and most recently the North West, he also worked in a range of sectors including the Lake District National Park Authority and the Scottish Government.

“With his extensive experience and in-depth knowledge he most certainly has the skill set to drive the team forward.  His main focus and aim will be to further promote good quality development in the areas throughout which H&H Land and Property operate.”

A member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (MRTPI), Neil was formerly a development control officer with the National Park Authority for nine years and has also previously worked as a planner with the Scottish Executive holding special responsibility for Environmental Impact Assessment matters.

Commenting on his appointment, Neil said: “With the opening of additional offices, we now have a much wider geographical spread and I am looking forward to working with the team here at H&H Land and Property to develop our planning offering.”

“This is an important time in the industry with the Government pushing for new housing schemes, so we are keen to support businesses and land owners who are looking to explore the potential for development.”

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