Will Lingard



Will joined Turley in 2005 and is a member of the company’s housing, and central London sector groups.

He has extensive experience of negotiating planning consents for complex redevelopment projects throughout London.  His background in both the public and private sectors has been principally focused upon providing strategic advice for design-led urban planning projects across a wide range of sectors. He has a specific interest in dealing with challenging and sensitive development sites within central London.

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London Planning Summit


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?


London needs wider south-east plan


A string of measures brought in by Government to improve planning have made little difference to the volume and certainty of major applications, while permitted development rights have resulted in the loss of employment space and affordable housing as well as a ‘tension’ with localism. But London could be improved by a review of the Green Belt and the creation of a wider south east regional plan that the GLA revealed it is aiming to publish by 2019.