Kevin Henson


London (West End)

Contact Kevin
T: +44 (0)20 7333 6421

Kevin is a Chartered Town Planner and a Partner in the Planning and Development Team. He has over 17 years’ experience predominately within the public sector, advising councillors on policy formation, strategy and decision making in relation to numerous large scale development and infrastructure proposals. His previous senior officer role offers a unique insight and understanding into public sector and political interactions.

He has advised clients on a diverse range of planning and development issues, including planning advice for numerous large scale complex redevelopment and regeneration projects including those with cross borough implications. He has also been involved in policy review and formation, compulsory purchase orders, judicial reviews, public engagement, academic research and has appeared as expert witness at numerous public inquiries. He is currently leading on feasibility studies for a diverse range of significant development proposals alongside policy representations.

Specific experience
Regeneration – The Deep & Marina (River Humber), Regent’s Quarter (P&O Developments), City North (United House), City Forum (Frogmore, Land Securities and Berkeley Group), Brewhouse Yard (Berkeley Group), Silicon Roundabout (Derwent London, Helical Bar and Tudor Vale), City Road Basin (Fidelity Investments, Mount Anvil, Groveworld and Orion), Kings Cross Central (Argent), Mount Pleasant (Royal Mail Group) & Queensland Road (Stadium Holdings).

Higher education and institutions – City and Islington College Estates, City University Estates &
Institute of Physics.

Infrastructure – Crossrail 1, TFL, HMP, Crown & AFC Emirates Stadium Regeneration.

Public sector projects – Building School for the Future phases I & II (PfS), Ashmount School – a new school on MOL (LBI),

Estate renewal (Andover Estate, Packington Estates and Six Acres) & Leisure Estates (Aqua Terra).

Hotel and leisure developments – South Place (Frogmore), Hill House (Premier Inn), Clink 78 – conversion of grade II listed courthouse to hotel and Rugby Football Union Twickenham.

Student Housing – Market Road (Unite) & Old Street (Unite).