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RTPI Learning Partner Profile - Boyer

Boyer was formed in 1985 and became a private limited company in 1990. It currently employs more than fifty professional staff and offers a comprehensive range of planning, design and development economics services throughout England and Wales from offices in Cardiff, Colchester, London, Twickenham and Wokingham.

Boyer provides an established network of highly experienced planning consultants delivering in-depth local knowledge and expertise. The practice has clients in both the public and private, including land owners, developers, government agencies, housing associations, health authorities, local authorities, parish councils, residents groups and other local organisations.

Services include site appraisals, housing land availability analysis, environmental and socio-economic impact assessments, urban design, master plans and development briefs, planning applications, appeals and enforcement work, development plan representations, public inquiries and direct access to Counsel.

We recognise that the UK planning system is complex and often under resourced to cope with the demands upon it. Our aim at Boyer is to help our clients successfully navigate through this system, avoiding unnecessary delays, costs and frustrations.

By operating at the heart of the planning process we can identify development opportunities, assess potential sites, prepare planning submissions and deliver high quality solutions. We strive to deliver quality planning advice for all our clients, tailored to their individual needs and requirements with the aim of maximising the potential of their sites.


Training and Development Highlights


  • Graduate Development Programme ensures structured approach to achieving a broad range of planning experiences of relevance to APC progression and professional development more generally;
  • Mentoring and Review Panel initiatives in place to assist professional development and support APC submission process through maximising the benefits of shared experience;
  • Encouragement of Professional Development Planning and critical evaluation of learning outcomes through objective setting and associated quarterly 1-2-1 meetings with senior colleagues;
  • Fostering and directly supporting a positive and proactive approach to CPD through a range of media including delivery of a programme of sessions across the company and opportunities to attend external seminars and courses.

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