The Drawing and Planning Consultancy in London has Invested in a New State-of-the-Art Interactive Online Planning Feasibility Platform for Planning Approval Seekers in London & the Rest of the UK
Today, Drawing and Planning Ltd., a leading London-based residential and commercial planning consultancy with a highly experienced team of professional Town Planners, has confirmed the formal launch of its brand new interactive online planning feasibility website. The user-friendly planning permission made easy platform stands out as a one-stop-shop for town planning, architecture, planning, and structural engineering for London’s 32 boroughs and beyond. The official launch of the new website also coincides with the unveiling of an easy to follow corporate video: https://youtu.be/3KW0Rkhm6rs
With bases in two prime locations in London’s Canary Wharf and Hendon, the Drawing and Planning team are Chartered Town Planners with the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI), and Members of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Additionally, the firm has been designated as a Smarter Planning Champion by the UK Government’s Planning Portal run in conjunction with the Department for Communities and Local Government.
“Our game-changing new website offers a powerful interactive feasibility system which appraises proposed developments and either offers users a price or refers them to a trusted in-house expert,” asserted, Jeremy Stein, Director, Drawing and Planning Ltd. “Now, our users can easily discover if a proposal is feasible. We pride ourselves on being a top planning consultancy with a very experienced team of Architects, Planning Consultants, and Structural Engineers all working together to help our loyal customers obtain planning permission.”
Over the past 8 years, Drawing and Planning has firmly established itself as the home of affordable and accurate architecture and planning for thousands of clients who have received planning approval. The consultancy has a strict policy of only taking on projects believed to be viable. Documented approvals can be inspected by users on an interactive map available on the new website. The service operates in four easy stages which include a Feasibility Study, Site Survey, Planning Drawings, and Application Submission.
Watch our new corporate video: