Dan Rogers

Senior Associate BA(Hons) MTP MRTPI

With over 15 years of planning experience in both the public and private sector, Dan Rogers is an Associate at Bell Cornwell. Dan advises clients on a wide range of issues and undertakes planning appraisals, applications and appeals on their behalf. He also supports the Partners in developing and managing client relationships and contributing to the growth and development of the company.

Dan has experience across the Southwest having worked at local authorities in the Cotswolds and Greater Bristol area, working on a variety of urban and rural planning issues before relocating to Exeter and moving to the private sector with Bell Cornwell. Dan joined the company in 2014 and now distributes his time across our offices in Devon and Cornwall.

His portfolio of clients has presented the opportunity to work on a range of proposals varying in size and complexity within the residential, commercial, tourism, agricultural and education sectors. Dan has a proven track record of successfully delivering planning permissions for projects across the Southwest, in locations where there is a need to balance environmentally sensitive locations with increasing development interest. Dan has particular expertise in development management as well as experience in planning enforcement, planning policy and conservation and heritage work in both urban and rural locations.

Dan studied the RTPI accredited course in Town Planning at the University of the West of England, Bristol, and became a member of the institute in 2007. It was his interest in human geography, sociology and architecture that led him to pursue a career in planning.

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