Lloyd Collins

Planner, Bristol

A confident planner and effective project manager, with broad experience in retail developments, Lloyd ensures that projects are delivered competently and successfully.

Integrated BSc (Hons) Urban Planning/MPlan Master of Planning – University of the West of England & Leibniz Universität Hannover
Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute 

Since joining Planning Potential in 2018, Lloyd has worked on many projects for a range of retail, mixed use, leisure and hospitality, and commercial clients across England, and Wales.

He leads on a number of projects, and is experienced in producing retail impact assessments, town centre health check assessments, and sequential assessments to support development proposals.

He enjoys the challenges of coordinating wider consultant teams and mentoring junior staff, and is an effective project manager. Lloyd prepares robust planning and retail statements, and undertakes extensive evidence gathering, and planning policy analysis. He also undertakes site appraisals, and is involved in asset management.

Lloyd has been involved with planning Committees, Appeals and call-in Inquiries, providing support to senior Directors, and working directly with Counsel. He also has experience in community engagement, pre-application consultation (PAC), and Section 106 and CIL negotiations.

Lloyd previously sat on the Committee for the RTPI South West Young Planners Steering Group, and also gained valuable experience working in the planning office at Bridgend County Borough Council.

Outside of the office Lloyd is a keen sportsman and traveller. He enjoys rugby, boxing, and 5-a-side football. Lloyd also speaks fluent Welsh and is learning to speak German.

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