The practice provides clients with planning solutions which best suit their needs. We and our Associates have extensive knowledge and practical expertise of planning issues at national, regional and local level across the public and private sectors.
Aiden qualified as a town planner from Queen’s University, Belfast in 1994, with the qualifications of BSc(Hons), PG Dip, MIPI, and has since worked in the public and private sector in the UK and Ireland. His initial experience was in various London regeneration bodies/Local Authorities, latterly the London Development Agency, where he was the principal officer on major mixed use brownfield land redevelopment projects in East and West London, including the Wembley Stadium Regeneration project. Aiden relocated to Ireland in early 2004, and was Director of RPS Planning and Environment overseeing a number of infrastructure, residential, retail and tourism projects. In February, 2010, he co-founded Coakley O’Neill Town Planning Ltd with Dave Coakley, and have since advised on commercial, infrastructural, energy, retail and brownfield land redevelopment projects, including SID, SHD and arbitration cases, of varying scales for a national public and private sector client base.
Sinéad is an experienced planning consultant holding an Honours Master’s Degree in Planning and Sustainable Development and an Honours Bachelor’s Degree in Geography and Sociology from University College Cork. Sinead is also a member of the Irish Planning Institute, where she is an active member of the Cork Branch. Sinéad has over two year’s post qualification experience in Coakley O’Neill Town Planning Ltd, where she was recently promoted to Assistant Planner. She is a trusted member of the team who works closely with the directors on large scale developments, as well as being afforded the responsibility of managing medium-level planning applications from inception to completion by herself.
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