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Provides tools for public involvement in planning. It gives guidance on how local people can get involved themselves and informs professionals of how best to build on local knowledge and resources.
Ecoscope Applied Ecologists is now part of RPS, an international consultancy providing advice upon the development of natural resources, land and property, the management of the environment and the health and safety of people. Ecoscope Applied Ecologists is a multidisciplinary ecological consultancy, established in 1992 to meet the demand for accurate, specialist ecological advice. It provides scientific services to public and private sectors for the benefit of conservation, the environment and business.
Find a builder, electrician, plumber or other local trade company with HouseProfessionals.com. The tradesman search directory covers over 30,000 UK locations and lists only experienced, qualified and trusted tradesmen and companies. The site also includes DIY advice, property advice and other areas of interest to a home owner.
The Mobile Operators Association (MOA) represents the five UK mobile phone network operators on radio frequency health and planning issues The MOA is the focal point for the network operators on health, scientific research and planning issues associated with the use of mobile phone technology.
NBS offers products and specification information to construction professionals. Its NBS specification products cover building construction, engineering services and landscape design.
This site has been designed with the express purpose of providing the user with a search facility which enables direct access to every council/Planning website in the UK. It supplies comprehensive information on UK planning procedures.
The Oultwood LG Index was set-up to overcome the problem of finding the appropriate local community information source.
An online directory of Planning Consultants.
Is a voluntary body and educational charity which campaigns for change in UK planning policies and practice, to promote sustainable development and public participation in the process.
Please visit www.planningportal.gov.uk for more information.
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