BCM, the Islands Rural Property Specialist announce the appointment of Charlotte Howlett to their growing professional team.
Charlotte is well known and widely respected across the Island as a highly experienced Planning Consultant through her previous role with leading Town and Country Planning Consultants, Hepburns.
A company that BCM has a close association with, making this move a natural one for Charlotte.
This latest appointment follows the companies move to its new Red Barn offices at Cheeks Farm, Merstone, recently celebrated with a special event attended by Charlotte and over 70 guests.
A further reflection of the growth of BCM.
David Long, Partner at BCM comments:
“I am really pleased to welcome Charlotte to the BCM team.
“A move which adds even more depth to our Planning and Development Team and further enhances our reputation as the Islands leading rural property specialist.
“Charlotte further enhances our professional service skills and our commitment to providing the best advice to rural property owners, landowners and property developers.”
As a Graduate from the University of Hertfordshire and with an MSc in Spatial Planning from UCL, Charlotte has gained significant professional career experience with planning roles in local authority and with property specialists Strutt & Parker.
In 2012 she joined Hepburn’s Planning Consultancy as Senior Planning Consultant and in 2014 became a Chartered Member of Royal Town Planning Institute.
Having now joined the BCM team, Charlotte brings this wealth of knowledge and experience to benefit BCM clients across the island and also to support BCM’s offices on the mainland.
Charlotte has a great affinity with the island and enjoys walking and sailing in addition to striving to continually develop her knowledge as a planning professional; attending conferences and institute events to keep up to date with changes to the planning system.