Meeta is a UK qualified lawyer and chartered town planner. She works on a wide range of development at all scales, but she specialises in large mixed-use, residential and/or commercial redevelopment schemes, including urban extensions, both in London and across the country. She advises on all aspects of planning and associated areas, including highways, compulsory purchase, CIL, heritage, affordable housing and scheme viability, on both contentious and non-contentious issues.
Before Town Legal, Meeta spent 12 years at King & Wood Mallesons (previously SJ Berwin) and before that was a planning officer at Westminster City Council.
Meeta is Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Royal Town Planning Institute, a non-executive Director of Public Practice and a co-founder of Planning Law Women.
Mixed use retail, leisure and/or office led redevelopment of West One Shopping Centre, Meadowhall Shopping Centre and Broadway Connection.
Commercial redevelopment of Gillingham House in Westminster.
Commercial redevelopment of 120 Fleet Street including the Grade II* listed former Daily Express Building in the City of London.
Retail-led redevelopment of Vinopolis in Southwark.
Life sciences development at Trinity House, Oxford and the Vitrum Building, Cambridge.
St William Homes
Mixed use residential-led redevelopment of Bromley by Bow, Fulham, Poplar, Bow Common and Marian Place Gasworks.
Berkeley (East Thames)
Kidbrooke Village estate regeneration in Greenwich.
Wellingborough North urban extension.
Kettering East urban extension.