Boyer appoints three new associate directors

Written by: Ellie Kahn
Published on: 16 Feb 2021

(Left to right) Turner, Hindle and Roberts

(Left to right) Turner, Hindle and Roberts

Consultancy Boyer Planning has made a number of new appointments across the business, including three new associate directors.

Lawrence Turner joins the firm as an associate director, leaving his previous role as an associate at consultancy Barton Willmore.

Turner has also previously held the role of senior planner at property consultancies Alder King and Knight Frank, and before that was a senior planner at architecture firm Stride Treglown.

Libby Hindle and Christopher Roberts have been promoted to the role of associate director.

Both were previously principal planners, Hindle holding the role for four years at the Colchester office, and Roberts at the Wokingham Office.

Hindle previously spent three years as a senior planner at Boyer before leaving the firm to spend more than two years as a senior planner at consultancy Lawson Planning Partnership. She also worked as a planning officer at both North West Leicestershire District Council and the London Borough of Hackney.

Roberts has spent more than two years with Boyer, and previously held the role of chartered town planner at planning consultancy Turley, economic and policy officer at Maldon District Council and project officer at Suffolk County Council.

Rachel White and Sean Breslin have both been promoted from the role of planner to senior planner in the London office. They have spent three and a half years and five years at Boyer respectively.

Ian Long has been promoted from land and planning consultant to senior land and planning consultant in the midlands office, having joined the firm from his position as a senior planner at consultancy DLP Planning in 2019.

Finally, Joseph Hickling has been promoted to a planner at the Wokingham office, after a spell as a graduate planner.