• Welcome Nick!

    We are very pleased to announce that Nick Molyneux has joined DSP as a Senior Consultant. Nick arrives from Guildford Borough Council where he spent several years as Housing Development Manager. Nick will take on the role...

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  • Further recruitment at DSP

    We are very pleased to announce that Emily Hatch has recently joined DSP to add to our expanding research and admin team. Having previously worked as a land development solicitor , Emily adds another layer of property expertise...

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  • Goodbye Grayshott. Hello Elstead…

    We are very excited to have finally completed out move to new offices at Tanshire Park in Elstead. Following our recent expansion, we found ourselves outgrowing our office space therefore took the decision to move slightly...

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  • Goodbye Rachel. Hello…Rachel…

    Although we are sad to see her go, Rachel Solani has taken the exciting decision to take some time out and head off to Zimbabwe for a few months and concentrate on her artwork. Rachel has been a valued member of the DSP team...

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  • Housing White Paper & CIL Review Panel Report Published

    The Government has today published its long awaited Housing White Paper – ‘Fixing our broken housing market’ alongside the CIL Review team’s research commissioned by DCLG to look at whether the current...

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  • Horsham District and Rushmoor Borough Appoint DSP for Local Plan and CIL Viability

    DSP are pleased to have been selected to carry out Rushmoor Borough Council’s Local Plan and Community Infrastructure Levy Viability Assessment. Recently DSP were also comissioned by Horsham District Council to carry...

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  • Spelthorne Borough Council CIL Charging Schedule Found Sound

    Based on economic viability evidence provided by Dixon Searle Partnership, the Spelthorne Borough Council Community Infrastructure Levy draft charging schedule has been found sound by Examiner Terence Kemmann-Lane with the recommendation...

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