Adrian Penfold

Head of Planning

British Land

Adrian has dealt with major mixed use development projects in the UK, with a particular focus in central London, including the award winning Regent’s Place and, in the City, Plantation Place, the Leadenhall Building, and at Broadgate, 10 Exchange Square, 5 Broadgate, 201 Bishopsgate and the Broadgate Tower.

He was a member of the Barker Review of Land Use Planning Panel of Experts and led the independent Penfold Review of Non-Planning consents which reported in July 2010.  He is a member of the DCLG Planning Sounding Board and the Construction Leadership Council and is Chairman of the BPF Planning Committee.

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