Planning, Historic Environment & Townscape

Turner is an Associate specialising in commercial and retail planning

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    Lucy is a Chartered Town Planner experienced across a range of sectors, but with a particular focus on the retail and leisure sector where she has been involved in securing planning permission for a variety of retail, commercial and mixed-use developments across both London and the whole county.

    Lucy’s clients include a mix of asset managers, developers and individual operators. She also has experience of advising local authorities on the consideration of individual retail applications.

    Lucy has over 13 years’ experience advising both private and public sector clients on a wide range of planning matters, ranging from initial site appraisals, Local Plan representations and planning strategies, through to the preparation and submission of detailed and large-scale planning applications.

    Lucy undertakes all aspects of planning work associated with the preparation of retail assessments, including detailed ampact assessments and the application of the sequential test. She has in-depth knowledge and experience of all aspects of retail planning, ranging from the change of use, varying goods restrictions and extensions to individual units, to the development of new supermarkets and retail parks. Her passion is within the out of town retail market, including the development and asset management of retail warehousing and shopping parks, as well as foodstores.

    Key Skills

    • Retail assessments, including impact and sequential assessments
    • Planning reports and submitting planning applications
    • Site appraisals
    • General planning advice, including Local Plan representations


    • Wren Kitchens
    • Jetts Gyms
    • NCP
    • LondonMetric
    • Aberdeen Standard Investments
    • British Land
    • M&G Real Estate
    • Orchard Street Investment Management
    • Dignity UK