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Meet the team - Planners

Meet our
Planners

Please feel free to browse our Planners profiles below.

Vicky Harper

Vicky Harper

Vicky Harper holds an MSc in Spatial Planning from Oxford Brookes University as well as a BA (Hons) in Environment and Development from Sheffield Hallam University.

Since joining Walsingham Planning in late 2013 she has been working towards her Royal Town Planning Institute accreditation, with a view to submitting her assessment of professional competence in 2015.

Vicky retrained as a planner in 2009 after some time working for a large property consultancy and in economic development in the public sector. Since joining us she has been involved submitting planning applications for a variety of clients.

Vicky is the proud mum of two small children. Away from the office she enjoys long weekends at the family caravan in North Wales.

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Bruce Risk

Bruce Risk

Bruce Risk Bruce Risk joined the Knutsford Office in August of 2018, after relocating from Gloucestershire. He obtained his MA(Hons) Town and Regional Planning degree from the University of Dundee in 2012.

He has previously worked in private and public sector roles. Previous employers include Bristol City Council and Cheltenham Borough Council, where he worked in the Planning Enforcement and Development Management departments. Bruce has an extensive knowledge of the planning process and is able to manage planning application from conception to completion.

Away from the office, Bruce is a keen swimmer, martial artist, mountain biker, and fan of the Warrington Wolves.

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30 Years in business 1984 to 2014

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2014 saw Walsingham Planning celebrate 30 years in business as a town planning consultancy. We would like to thank all of our clients for their continued support and look forward to the next 30 years.