O’Callaghan Planning is a recently established town and country planning consultancy practice. The practice also provides consultancy services for those involved in the fields of property, development and construction.
The company was established by Colin O’Callaghan, who has significant experience in public sector planning. The principal was previously employed as a planning officer in the Department of the Environment. He is a chartered member of the Royal Town Planning Institute and holds a BSC Honours Degree in Environmental Planning and a Postgraduate Diploma in Town and Country Planning, obtained at Queens University Belfast, in 2001 and 2002 respectively. O’Callaghan Planning is a member of the Federation of Small Business in Northern Ireland.
Working as a local authority planning officer in Belfast and Craigavon, the principal has amassed considerable experience in handling major and controversial planning applications.
The company will submit a planning application on your behalf, represent you at a planning appeal, make an area plan representation, prepare design concept statements, and can carry out due diligence work including feasibility studies and development appraisals. We can also help resolve breaches of planning control and secure lawful development status where appropriate. Please feel free to explore this web site to view details of services offered. Also note that the list of services on offer is not exhaustive.
O’Callaghan Planning’s key principles are sustainability, integrity, endeavour and confidentiality. We will operate with integrity at all times, and we will fully represent clients’ interests to help optimise development potential. Where O’Callaghan Planning considers you have no reasonable prospect of obtaining planning permission, or that your proposal is not feasible or viable, you will be informed of this at the earliest opportunity. O’Callaghan Planning will help facilitate appropriate development in appropriate locations, in accordance with current planning policy, best practice and other relevant material considerations.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to use the enquiry form, or you may also contact us by email or telephone.