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Our Projects

Established in 2007, Engage Planning works in local authorities throughout the country.

Our projects include:

large urban extensions

Often referred to as ‘Strategic Urban Extensions’ (SUEs) or ‘Strategic Development Areas’ (SDAs).

These sites are long-term projects that deliver new homes for an area, together with new community facilities, which can include schools, transport infrastructure, community centres, health centres, business/employment parks, retail facilities and public open spaces.

Recently, Engage has led consultation programmes for:

High Hayden Garden Community

(within East Northamptonshire District Council)

Over 2,500 new homes, with new schools, a sports area, play areas, large areas of public open space, allotments, local centres and a business park with a mix of employment space.

The Langley Consortium 

(within Birmingham City Council)

Over 5,000 new homes, with new schools, parks and play areas, healthcare and local amenities, including a district centre and sports hub.


(within Aylesbury Vale District Council)

2,450 new homes, with new schools, nurseries, play areas and sports pitches, nature-rich open spaces, new community centres, a neighbourhood centre, employment area and new transport infrastructure.

At Kingsbrook, Barratt David Wilson has been working in close partnership with the RSPB and Aylesbury Vale District Council, to become the UK’s first ever fully nature-friendly housing development, by creating a place that wildlife can call home, a fantastic achievement for more sustainable homebuilding.


To meet the housing needs of a local area. 

These projects typically include a range of house types, including affordable homes, from bungalows to family-style homes and usually include a children’s play area and areas of landscaped open spaces.

bespoke redevelopment schemes

Which can include brownfield sites and developments involving a change of use. 

These projects often require a bespoke approach to planning having unique circumstances.

house close

(Within Daventry District Council)

This scheme involved the re-development of Overstone Farm to secure the long-term future of existing buildings and introduce new housing opportunities, with retirement living, a care home, high-quality apartments, single-storey cottages and bespoke new buildings.

Our projects have also included the re-development of a former quarry for a residential housing development; the re-purposing of a Grade One Listed former woollen mill to apartments and community use; and the redevelopment of a former brickworks for new housing.  


“The standard of graphic presentation and slick organisation of our recent exhibition and Rushden East was first class and portrayed our business in the best light.”

Barratt Developments

“Thoroughly impressed with the professionalism and approach of Engage Planning to a recent two-day public consultation event. The materials prepared were of the highest standard and included a number of thoughtful and useful additions which I had not seen elsewhere.”

Taylor Wimpey Strategic Land

“We have found online consultation to be an excellent way to conduct community consultation. It has proved to be popular with local residents and stakeholders, reaching a wide demographic and generating a substantial amount of feedback, which stands up to scrutiny from local authorities.”

Vanderbilt Strategic
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