The partnership will see Tetlow King become the preferred planning consultancy for Custom Build Homes, using its network of designers and construction affiliates to provide professional planning advice.
Mario Wolf, Director of Planning and Strategic Engagement at Custom Build Homes, said: “We have a growing client base nationally and firmly believe that by working closely with a specialist planning consultancy like Tetlow King, we will be in a strong position to service the growing demand for our enabling service.
“Our mission to lead custom housebuilding in the UK by providing people with the opportunity to purchase and create their own homes at scale is underway. We are enabling high-quality, custom build homes on large and small housing sites, to create beautifully designed places, irrespective of tenure, offering greater choice to consumers and inspiring many more people to create their own homes.
“The custom build housing sector in on the verge of an imminent explosion in activity with more and more sites coming forward at scale and increasing interest from landowners to include customisable housing in their projects. We need to convert these opportunities into planning permissions to unlock the potential of this growing market.
“Tetlow King Planning has become a leading planning consultancy supporting the Custom and Self-Build development sector providing professional advice where it is needed most. With a challenging national planning reform agenda ahead, we are delighted to have them support us in our programme of work,” he added.
Andy Moger, Associate Director at Tetlow King Planning said: “Tetlow King is delighted to partner with Custom Build Homes in this exciting and rapidly expanding sector of the housing market.
“A growing number of appeal decisions have also highlighted the importance of custom and self-build development, several of which have been as a result of expert witness evidence at inquiry by Tetlow King Planning.
Moger is also an expert on the Government-supported Right to Build Task Force and has been working with CBH on several projects to date.