Hyas is an exciting town planning, master planning and placemaking consultancy that supports and provides advice to help strategic projects move successfully through the planning system. We have a unique and trusted approach which sets us apart from traditional planning consultants – based upon positive planning, active engagement & collaboration, a keen understanding of delivery and a mindset focussed on finding solutions.
Our core activities include working on planning strategies, policy making, development management, placemaking, masterplanning, deploying new planning tools, stakeholder & community engagement, viability, delivery vehicles, funding opportunities, infrastructure planning & scheme deliverability. We often deploy our broad experience, technical astuteness and knowledge to provide strategic critical friend support together with direct hands-on capacity and project management support to ensure that important local projects can make positive progress through the planning system.
Providing Expert Support to
Help local partners to evolve and deliver growth ambitions
Secure quality placemaking outcomes
Implement effective planning processes
Build & enhance local knowledge and capacity.
Deliver new homes, jobs, infrastructure and supporting facilities – creating great places for current and future generations.
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Promoting collaboration and positive planning processes
Supporting stakeholders to address the needs of complex planning and development projects, working in partnership to deliver great places.
Introducing our services
Expert town planning advisors focussing on large scale proposals, housing & employment growth and sustainable development.
Combining planning, masterplanning and placemaking skills to help deliver quality places for the future.
Securing positive and collaborative approaches involving and understanding the needs of all stakeholders.
Building and enhancing local planning and placemaking skills and capacity.
Finding and brokering solutions to planning and delivery challenges including approaches to land, funding, planning and delivery vehicles