Henry joined Vail Williams in 2021 from Collective Planning where he was responsible for carrying out site appraisals, discharging of conditions, variation of conditions and monitoring planning applications.
As a planner, Henry is responsible for working with a wide range of our clients, from developers and investors to landowners and private individuals, supporting them throughout the planning process.
“The thing I enjoy most about my career is that every challenge is different and that you are always meeting new people.”
For Henry, the greatest sense of achievement in his work, is being able to achieve planning consent for his clients.
His expertise includes monitoring planning applications, discharging of conditions, variation of conditions, site appraisals, briefing notes, monitoring local plans, conducting research and providing key summaries on a wide range of planning projects from small scale development through to extensive heritage, mixed-use and regeneration schemes.
Henry is a very keen sportsman who loves to watch rugby in his own time and is a Harlequin’s season ticket holder. He also enjoys open water swimming, going to the gym, rock climbing and playing football for a 5 a side team.
- Site Appraisals
- Planning Applications
- Conducting research and providing key summaries
- Discharging of Conditions
- Variation of Conditions
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