New Planning Consultant Joins Acorus

4th September, 2019 by Acorus

A huge welcome to Olivia Hazel who has joined Acorus this week.  Olivia is based in Oxfordshire and also covers Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire areas. Olivia handles outline and ful planning applications, change of uses, GPDO 28 day notices, certificate of lawfulness, enforcement matters, planning appeals, agricultural occupancy conditions and diversification projects for Acorus clients, and has a solid knowledge base of all planning matters, working within the rural planning team. 


Olivia gained an Undergraduate degree in Human Geography and City and Regional Planning from Cardiff University in 2009 and a Masters degree in Spatial planning at Oxford Brookes in 2013. With four years’ experience previously as a planning officer at both Cherwell and South Northamptonshire District Councils, Olivia has extensive knowledge of local and national policies.


Olivia has extensive knowledge of business and financial issues within the Farming and Agricultural Industry gained by involvement on her parents' and husband's farming businesses.  

 

Olivia's contact details can be found here.

 

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