Crisp appointed to lead JLL heritage team

Written by: Colin Marrs
Published on: 11 Apr 2016
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Paul Crisp JLLProperty consultancy JLL has appointed Paul Crisp to head up a new heritage planning & development team.

Crisp joins the firm from consultancy Turley, where he was associate director of heritage since December 2011.

JLL says it has created the new team due to client demand for bespoke advice on heritage sites.

Andrew Renshaw, head of professional advisory at JLL, said the new team would offer advice on issues including “alterations to listed buildings, tall buildings within the setting of heritage assets and advice on risks associated with disposal and purchase of land”.

Prior to joining Turley, Crisp served spells as an associate at consultancy Montague Evans, a senior planner (historic environment) for consultancy RPS and as a senior planner for consultancy Rapleys.

He began his career as a trainee planner at Caerphilly County Borough Council.

He has a diploma in town planning and a bachelor of science in city and regional planning from Cardiff University, and a master’s in architectural history from London Metropolitan University.

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