Founded in the UK in 1855, Savills is one of the world’s leading property agents with a wide range of expertise including planning.
Our planning consultants include rural specialists, who seek to maximise opportunities for any clients hoping to develop buildings and land in the countryside. Our planners are instructed by community organisations, landowners, estates, private clients and developers on all planning matters including residential development, conversion of farm buildings and farm diversification, permitted development, renewable energy and listed buildings.
Head of Scottish Rural Planning, Debbie Mackay, will be presenting as part of the Land for Housing session on Thursday 25th February at 3pm.
To hear this presentation, book your place at the conference on Eventbrite.
Find out more
Read The Role of Land in Enabling New Housing Supply in Scotland – a report researched and authored by Savills on behalf of the Scottish Land Commission in 2020. Savills Planning and research institute Inherit were commissioned by the Scottish Government to undertake research to identify the future needs of rural communities and businesses and consider how these might translate into development on the ground over the next 30 years – to find out read the Rural Planning Policy to 2050: research findings