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Sam Elliott

Assistant Planner, London

An analytical thinker and skilled researcher, Sam has a particular interest in heritage projects and gained valuable experience working part-time for Historic England, whilst completing his studies.

 

BA (Hons) Philosophy & Religion – University of Sheffield
MSc in Urban Planning – University of the West of England
Licentiate Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute 

Sam initially joined Planning Potential on a part-time basis in 2016, whilst completing his Masters in Urban Planning from the University of the West of England. As a graduate in philosophy and religion, Sam’s dissertation covered conservation values in major church re-ordering.

 Alongside his studies, Sam gained valuable experience working for Savills property consultants and Historic England – where he assisted with site inspections and the preparation of heritage impact advice.

Since joining Planning Potential, Sam has completed a number of site appraisals – assessing opportunities for retail sector clients. He also drafts, submits and monitors applications – assisting with the acquisition of appropriate planning consents to accord with operator requirements. He is currently a licentiate member of the RTPI and is working towards chartered status.

Sam is a Bath Rugby fan and was previously a season ticket holder when he lived in the area. He regularly plays 5-a-side football with his PP colleagues.

sam@planningpotential.co.uk

 

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