Detailed maps of proposed sites help support planning applications for development of greenfield sites

We are proud to see CartoConsult making the news this week in Geoconnexion magazine. Check out a snippet from the article:

CartoConsult is helping Dignity Plc expand its UK network of crematoria. Working for Harris Lamb, one of the UK’s largest independently owned property consultancy businesses, CartoConsult has prepared a number of Planning Policy Appraisal Maps. These highly detailed maps draw on a number of sources and are custom designed to provide an instant, easy to use visual representation of possible sites, their surroundings and any potential constraints to development. The CartoConsult maps are used by Harris Lamb and Dignity to identify potentially suitable locations as well as forming important supporting documentation as part of the planning application.

Tim Hughes discusses the Derby Site Search plan
Tim Hughes discusses the Derby Site Search plan

“The work carried out by CartoConsult has proved invaluable in helping to identify suitable crematoria sites and secure planning consent,” commented Mark Alcock, Associate Planner at Harris Lamb. “As a result of the work carried out by CartoConsult, we have been able to demonstrate to Local Authorities that we have selected the most suitable site for a new crematorium. Some of these sites have been located within the Green Belt, so presenting a strong case has been crucial.

“In fact, as a result of the work undertaken by CartoConsult, we recently obtained planning consent for a new crematorium in the Green Belt on the edge of Derby.”

For more information on how CartoConsult’s mapping technology can help your planning projects get over the line, please contact Tim Hughes:

tim.hughes@cartoconsult.co.uk

www.cartoconsult.co.uk

07764 759064

@CartoConsult

I hope you enjoyed the latest blog article

Until next time….

Tim

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