Kate
Falconer Hall

Associate
Planning, Historic Environment & Townscape

Kate
Falconer Hall is an Associate specialising in Historic environment and townscape

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    Kate is a planner with expertise in the historic built environment. Her professional career is based in London and in regional towns where she specialises in supporting clients with their property portfolios in redevelopment, management and rationalisation where this may affect sensitive urban environments.

    Kate brings particular expertise on sites where design, historic environment and townscape sensitivities influence development outcomes and where these sometimes conflicting considerations require specialist negotiation to deliver the brief.

    Kate works across a number of sectors and has a broad range of both public and private clients. She has established herself as a trusted heritage adviser to a number of public and charitable estates including Kings College London, Canterbury Christ Church University, Leicester University, Southampton University and The British Museum. Kate also work for private developers and government departments often in joint ventures on regeneration and town centre schemes in London, applying her experience in tall building justifications and visualisation assessments.

    Key Skills

    • Planning and the historic environment
    • Negotiating complex heritage issues with local authorities and statutory consultees, including Historic England and the National Amenity Societies
    • Designation and the submission of Certificates of Immunity from Listing
    • Large regeneration schemes with input into Environmental Statements
    • Tall building work and visualisation assessments

    Clients

    • Montreaux
    • Mount Anvil
    • King’s College London
    • Leicester University
    • Southampton University
    • Department for Education
    • Department of Health and Social Care
    • Barts Health NHS Trust
    • British Museum