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Paul Crisp to lead JLL’s new Heritage Planning & Development team



London, 7th April, 2016 – Paul Crisp has been appointed to lead JLL’s new UK wide Heritage Planning & Development team based in London.

JLL announced the introduction of its new specialist service line as a response to growing demand from clients for bespoke advice on heritage sites.

Paul has over 14 years’ experience within the industry, specialising in development affecting the historic environment. He joins from planning consultancy, Turley where he was an Associate Director. Across his professional career he has worked on a range of major projects including a number of tall buildings across London including Goodmans Fields and the New Covent Garden Market and helped to secure consent for the British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions centre.

Andrew Renshaw, Head of Professional Advisory at JLL, said “Paul has an in-depth knowledge of the heritage and planning industry and will play a key role in developing our new specialist service line, which will offer advice on heritage matters across the planning system. This will include alterations to listed buildings, tall buildings within the setting of heritage assets and advice on risks associated with disposal and purchase of land. Paul will also play a key role in the wider Planning & Development team, headed up by Guy Bransby.”

Commenting on his new role, Paul Crisp said: “JLL’s Heritage Planning & Development team will provide its clients with an essential market offering, covering a massive range of sectors in the UK. I look forward to heading up this new team, offering dedicated advice and guidance to clients”.

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