Bury St Edmunds
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Bury St Edmunds
Unit 5 and 6, The Old Wool Warehouse, St Andrews Street South
Bury St Edmunds
IP33 3PH
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01284 750883

Bury St Edmunds Planning Consultants

Formerly known as John Popham Planning, the Bury St Edmunds office has been part of the Carter Jonas network since 2015. Work closely with our Cambridge planning and development team, we specialise in difficult and complex cases.

Bury St Edmunds is an award-winning market town in East Anglia, known for its medieval architecture, elegant Georgian squares and glorious Abbey gardens.

Our experienced team has a detailed knowledge of planning and development, environmental and heritage matters.

Train Station The office is 15 mins walk from Bury St Edmunds Station
Thank you for your efforts over the last 9 month or so on this scheme. Where we have got to is a credit to yourself and Carter Jonas.
Christian Davis
Development & Transaction Director,Threesixty Developments
I wanted to say how much I and the partner organisations appreciate the significant input that you have made to the project to date.
Mark Walsh
Head of Operations, West Suffolk Council
Without your support, professionalism and hard work we could not have reached this important milestone
Mark Walsh
Head of Operations, West Suffolk Council

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