Andy Moger BA (Hons) MA MRTPI
Andy is Associate Director at Tetlow King Planning’s head office in Bristol where he has been based since 2013. He has worked in the planning sector for over 14 years and benefits from a broad range of both public sector and private sector experience. Andy gained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Design, Development and Regeneration from Nottingham Trent University in 2005 and a distinction in his Masters Degree in Spatial Planning from Birmingham City University in 2009. He has been a Chartered Member of the RTPI since 2011.
Andy has developed a particular specialism in self-build and custom housebuilding and has led the development of self-build and custom housebuilding evidence for the numerous Section 78 appeals that Tetlow King Planning have been involved with. He also sits on the Right to Build Task Force panel of experts specialising in Custom and Self-Build housing and was responsible for securing planning consent for 54 Custom Build homes for Igloo Regeneration in Cornwall on the first pilot scheme implemented by Homes England to kick-start the Government’s commitment to maximising opportunities for Custom Build homes. Andy also advised on the introduction of a Self-Build policy to encourage community led and co-housing in the Frome Neighbourhood Plan and is retained to provide an ‘ask an expert’ service and deliver seminars on Self-Build at the annual Self-Build and Design East and West shows.
As well as his expertise in the self-build and custom housebuilding sector Andy has a broad range of experience across a variety of other elements of the planning sector including undertaking detailed analysis of residential development opportunities in Core City housing markets, obtaining planning consent for complex housing sites in the Greenbelt, Environmental Impact Assessments, Care Needs Assessments, promotion of residential development sites through the Development Plan process and providing expert affordable housing evidence at Section 78 inquiry as well as at Local Plan Examination.