It takes more than good planning to secure positive outcomes. Our people provide specialist advice in the fields of delivery, design, engagement, heritage, planning, sustainable development and transportation. Individually or collectively, you’ll know when you’re with Iceni.

James Bompas Director, Business Development |

James combines his planning and project management skills to deliver results

James principally works on larger, strategic planning applications, often accompanied by Environmental Impact Assessment. This frequently involves site promotion, allocation, the co-ordination of planning application submissions and, where necessary, appeal work. Clients include housebuilders, strategic funds and property companies. Recent successes include a Secretary of State decision for 605 homes in Ashby-de-la-Zouch; the first self/custom build scheme in England to be tested at inquiry, and the co-ordination and submission of two planning applications in Thurrock for a 1,750 new homes combined.

Before joining Iceni, James began his planning career working for the Thurrock Thames Gateway Development Corporation, who’s remit was to help with the largest regeneration project in Europe. This included managing the production and implementation of six area action plans and successfully challenging the East of England Plan, which culminated in its formal revision. He was instrumental in the determination of numerous largescale planning applications for residential and employment uses on strategic Green Belt and brownfield sites, which, in most instances, were heavily constrained.

James has over 11 years planning and project management experience which is supported by a MRTPI accreditation and a PRINCE2® practitioners qualification. James has also recently completed an MBA with distinction at Henley Business School.

(T)  020 3435 4203|(M)  07736 314 143 jbompas@iceniprojects.com

Connected Team:

Ian Anderson
Executive Director

Andrew Gale
Director

Gary Mappin
Director

Tim Yates
Finance Director

Clive Burbridge
Director