Niall's intricate knowledge of the heritage sector has earned him an excellent reputation in dealing with especially challenging and complex projects
BA (Hons) Urban Studies & Planning – University of Sheffield
MPlan Urban Studies & Planning – University of Sheffield/Aalborg University
MSc Historic Conservation – Oxford Brookes University
Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute
An in-house heritage expert, Niall holds Master's degrees in Planning from the University of Sheffield and Historic Conservation from Oxford Brookes University, for which he was awarded a Distinction.
With planning and heritage degrees, combined with over seven years' experience of working with heritage assets, Niall has the experience to effectively balance the public benefits of proposals and impact on assets.
During his time with Planning Potential, Niall has primarily worked on medium-scale residential, town centre commercial, and heritage projects, whilst also advising on larger retail schemes.
His attention to detail, intricate knowledge of both the planning and heritage sector, and personable approach has earned him an excellent reputation in dealing with especially challenging and complex projects. His track-record of delivering positive results for clients means Niall is well-equipped to provide heritage advice on projects across the country.
An entertaining member of the Planning Potential team, Niall can usually be found at the centre of any fun that takes place in the office. Apart from his planning role, Niall's other great passions are his failing football team (Newcastle) and two ginger cats, Chester and Lester!
Hampton Court Road
Young & Co.'s Brewery
Green Man, Putney Heath
Lord Alpha Investments, Duddell's Restaurant
St Thomas's Church, London Bridge
Friars Walk, Lewes
Park Street, Bristol
Shelter From The Storm
Canary Wharf Group
Henry Moore's sculpture 'Old Flo'
Canary Wharf Group
Change of Use Applications
Canary Wharf Estate
Ladies & Gentlemen
Ei Group (Formerly Enterprise Inns)
The Cotham Arms, Bristol
Management and expansion of store portfolio
Kiln Farm, Milton Keynes