Boyer Planning expansion prompts recruitment drive

Written by: Jez Abbott
Published on: 7 Jul 2014

Boyer Planning associate directors

Boyer Planning is moving into new sectors and has taken on three new associate directors and promoted a fourth from within its ranks.

Arron Twamley joins from Savills in Oxford and Alison Thompson, who ran her own planning business in New Zealand and has been in the profession for 14 years, joins him in Wokingham.

Tim Midwood joins the company from London Borough of Hackney while Jenny Hebb is promoted from senior planner at Boyer and both are based in London.

Managing director Jane Hirst told Planning: “We have a strong residential core and will still have that, but we are diversifying more heavily into retail, heritage and economic development. We also want to do more in design areas such as visual impact.

“It has never been more important to ensure we have a talented pool of staff to provide commercial and creative advice to our clients. With the return of confidence to both the property market and the development industry we’ve seen a rise in demand for our services.”

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