Providing you with the best town planning advice to improve the living and working lives of as many Londoners as possible.
About WEA Planning
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.
WEA Planning has moved to Notting Hill
Notting Hill is now our new neighbourhood. Notting Hill, located north of Kensington within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, is known for its annual Notting Hill Carnival, a Caribbean festival theme and its Portobello Road Market.
Notting Hill has a long history with key characteristics the existence of the artists since its first development in 1820s and the move of Caribbean immigrants to the area in 1950s. Although run-down until the 1980s, Notting Hill has now been transformed to an attractive area known for the colourful terraces of large Victorian houses and the high-end shopping. It does not offer only places to eat and drink but it is becoming an employment hub as well, as numerous companies have moved to the area in the last few years.
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Meet the Team
Will Avery (Director) - Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI)
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 West London, please see our blog.
Seema provides WEA Planning with administrative and back office support. She has over 15 years of project management, teaching and administrative experience and has had a varied and exciting professional career. She has worked in positions as diverse as a managing a highly political government project and teaching English in Japan, her support skills have benefited a wide variety of businesses, across a diverse range of sectors.