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Luke Bristow E.C.C.

“As Principal Consultant for Countryside Management to Place Services and Essex County Council I have engaged Whirledge & Nott on numerous instructions over the years.  These instructions range from negotiating on landlord and tenant issues through to valuation advice, disposals and management agreements.  Latterly Place Services have been pleased to support Whirledge & Nott to set up the UK Habitat Bank which connects developers, landowners and planning authorities and helps them move towards no net loss of biodiversity in accordance with the National Planning Policy Framework.  I value Whirledge & Nott’s extensive expertise and their appreciation of the requirements of a statutory authority and look forward to working with them in the future.”

Posted on 15 March 2023
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