Since its formation in 2005 TRIGPOINT
Conservation & Planning has established a good track
record in providing sound professional advice across a
wide range of planning and historic environment cases.
The company operates under the direction of Stephen
Bradwell, a chartered town planner and an experienced
and professionally qualified historic buildings consultant
with experience in both the public and private sectors.
He is a member of both the RTPI and IHBC and an affiliate
member of the Institute for Archaeologists. He has
specialist qualifications in heritage conservation to
support his MA in Town and Country Planning.
Stephen worked for a number of local planning authorities between 1984 and 2003
in a variety of planning and conservation roles. Since then Stephen has moved into the
private sector as Director of TRIGPOINT Conservation & Planning, providing advice on a wide
range of planning and heritage related issues. With a pragmatic approach and an in-depth
knowledge of planning and conservation policy and legislation, Stephen has helped to
secure planning permission for a range of development schemes.
The work of the practice is also supplemented by a range
of other consultants, including heritage consultants,
archaeologists and chartered town planners.