Stephen Sadler leads the consultancy division of the planning and environment group and advises on all aspects of town and country planning. He acts for a wide range of commercial, public authority and private clients and has extensive experience working in both the public and private sectors.
Sadler’s principal work is strategy focused and includes acting as lead consultant for clients in major development projects and appeals and liaising directly with decision takers, primary stakeholders and communities.
He is recognised for his specialist areas including strategy advice, development control and policy issues, expert opinion in contractual disputes, applications and appeals evidence, project co-ordination, reports and appraisals for development proposals, local authority liaison and arbitration.
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