Vicky Fowler


Gowling WLG

Vicky specialises in all forms of planning and development work, and has acted for Local Authorities, developers, house-builders and institutions in relation to a number of development projects including town centre, retail, housing and infrastructure schemes.

She is a well-respected planning lawyer recognised nationally for her expertise. She leads both public sector and private clients proactively through all stages of the planning process, from strategic advice on masterplanning, to advising on the consenting process and securing and the granting of planning permission. Vicky's focus is on delivering solutions rather than problems.

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London faces enormous demands to deliver new housing, workspace and infrastructure in order to meet its predicted population growth over the next decade and beyond. But how far is our planning system geared up to deliver this growth while responding to local needs?


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