Aurora Planning wins the RTPI Award

Aurora Planning wins the RTPI Award

Aurora Planning Ltd. was recognized in the prestigious Royal Urban Planning Institute (RTPI) Awards for Planning Excellence 2021.

Maggie Bochel and Pippa Robertson from Aurora Planning

Company founder Maggie Bochel and Pippa Robertson said they are excited to win the Small Planning Consultancy of the Year category.

Maggie and Pippa said: “We are absolutely delighted to be recognized by our British colleagues. It is a great honor to receive this recognition, especially for the work we do to support local charities, and we hope we can continue to build on this success in the future. “

Aurora Planning was founded only three years ago and supports customers in successfully managing the often complex and controversial planning process in order to enable everyone involved to be effectively involved.

When announcing the winners, the judges said: “Aurora Planning was characterized by an impressive and inspiring volume of work, carried out by a team of two in just three fiscal years.

“They provided innovative solutions to unique projects which resulted in fantastic customer feedback, and the judges liked their multidisciplinary approach. The judges felt that the team had brought something else to the table and were overwhelmed with their pro bono work to support local groups and the community.

“Aurora Planning embodies what a small planning consultancy should be and balances economic success with social responsibility.”

Aurora was selected from a total of nine finalists who represent the list of small planning consultants across the UK.

Wei Yang, FRTP President, added, “I would like to congratulate all winners of this year’s RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence who have demonstrated that planning is an essential public service for our community. The winners made positive and impactful changes across borders – a perfect way to show the world the positive role planners play in our society.

“The fact that we received so many contributions during the pandemic is a testament to how the planning profession has increasingly been delivering innovative, location-based solutions to the challenges of health and wellbeing, climate change and climate change across the UK and around the world the decline in biodiversity and the growth of housing and the economy. “

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