Providing you with the best town planning advice to improve the living and working lives of as many Londoners as possible.
About WEA Planning
WEA Planning is a town planning consultancy based in Hoxton, London and is owned and run by Founder Director William Avery.
The practice has several years of experience as town planning advisors in London. Our staff have worked for and advised Local Authorities, architects and other planning consultancies. This balance of experience gives us the insight into the way local decision makers operate as well as commercial expertise.
Will Avery BSc Dip TP Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) - Founder Director
As Founder Director, William is a qualified town planning practitioner and Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute. He is a graduate of the prestigious Bartlett School of Planning at University College London and possesses a Post Graduate Diploma in Town and Country Planning. For further commentary on local planning issues in London, please see our blog.
Thomas Tinel MENG
Having gained valuable practice experience, Thomas joined WEA Planning in April 2019 and, since then, has utilised his detailed knowledge of architecture, property development and planning policy to provide valuable consultancy to our clients. He is using his planning experience working on site appraisals and pre-planning application, property development advice, planning strategy, design guidance and the preparation of planning applications and appeals while he is working towards his Chartered Membership of the Royal Town Planning Institute.
See more about Thomas in our Thomas Tinel joins WEA post.
Residential and Commercial Town Planning Advice
WEA advise a broad range of clients on proposals including new build homes, Green Belt land, changes of use, certificates of lawfulness and householder extensions. Based in the heart of London, WEA Planning undertake instructions across all London Boroughs. WEA Planning has historically focussed in West and North London boroughs including Richmond upon Thames, Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham and Barnet. However, owing to continuing success, WEA now increasingly cover more central and eastern boroughs including Westminster , Camden and Islington.