DLA recruits four new planners

Written by: Jez Abbott
Published on: 24 Feb 2016

DLA new recruitsTown planning and urban design consultancy David Lock Associates (DLA) has taken in four new planning recruits at its Milton Keynes office. 

Tom Kimber, who has over fifteen years' planning experience, joins as an associate planner from Westminster City Council.

Michael Bruce, who has over ten years of local government experience working in development management, joins as a principal planner.

Two new assistant planners include Daniel Sampson, who recently passed a masters in spatial planning and development at Cardiff University, and Naomi Williamson who recently gained her masters in spatial planning from Oxford Brookes.

They are both working towards full membership of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).

Partner Joanne Cave said: “We are pleased to have recruited outstanding candidates who will add to the strength of our skill set at different levels of the company at this very busy time.”

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