DLP unveils national expansion

Written by: Colin Marrs
Published on: 5 Sep 2014

Mike Jones, DLP

Planning consultancy DLP has made a round of promotions and appointments to five of its offices in England.

The moves have been made as part of an expansion resulting from increased economic activity, the firm said.

In the Bedford office, Mike Jones (pictured above) moves from associate director to director.

Mike Osbourn becomes associate director and Andrew Parry has been made associate planner.

Omar Sharif has also joined the office from consultancy Pegasus Planning, Simon Young from consultancy Project Centre and Nissa Shahid from PHA Communications.

In Milton Keynes, Ellie Smith, an associate director, has been appointed to lead the office.

In the London office, Rob Smith will become an associate planner. Recent graduate Conor Doyle joins along with Rob Kelley, who will become an administrator.

In Sheffield, Katrina Hulse and Michael Edgar will jointly head the practice, and have been joined by Lydia Sadler from Turley Associates, who becomes associate director.

Finally, following the opening of an East Midlands office in Castle Donington, which is being led by Jim Lomas, a senior director of the company, two senior planners, Doug Moulton and Sarah Allsop have joined.

Has your organisation recently made a new appointment or promotion? If so, please let us know by emailing planning@haymarket.com