Carl has nearly thirty-five years' experience in planning and development, with a particular focus on retail and mixed use regeneration projects. Carl also promotes housing, care homes, crematoria, and significant commercial developments - including the biggest print works in the world for News Group UK. He is also the recipient of the Anthony London Law Prize.
"He's very commercially minded and comes back to us very quickly," comments an impressed client, continuing: "He tells you how it is and won't give you a lot of flowery talk." - Chambers & Partners 2017
For Corona Group and Santon: promoting the regeneration of North-East Lewes to provide a new residential district with 401 homes, business space, including artisans' units, and supporting infrastructure and flood defences;
- For Asda, and various retail developers, achieving consent for more than a dozen major food stores over the last two years, and scores over the last twenty years, including many retail-led town centre regeneration schemes;
- Achieving a 4,570 square metres redevelopment of the Queen Elizabeth Foundation charitable facilities enabled by seventy-six new homes in the Surrey Green Belt for the Queen Elizabeth Foundation and Welbeck Land;
- Helping to achieve planning permission for crematoria developments for Westerleigh Group variously at Gedling, Great Glen, Romsey, Uttlesford, and Newport in South Wales; and
- Securing planning permission for Roffey Homes on its prestigious residential/hotel redevelopment scheme on Worthing seafront, and acting on its residential redevelopment project on the Worthing Aquarena site.
Carl Dyer "has the ability to explain complex matters in an easy way." – Chambers & Partners, 2018