Neil Gray has joined consultancy Rapleys as a town planning partner in its Edinburgh office.
Gray, who was previously associate director at rival firm Colliers International in the Scottish capital has almost 20 years’ experience in Scotland and the north of England.
He will manage the promotion of development proposals through various local development plan review activities across Scotland and act for clients in relation to planning hearings and appeals.
Robert Clarke, head of town planning at Rapleys said: “Neil is a welcome addition to the team. We are delighted to be able to bring his extensive planning expertise and experience to complement our consultancy offer. His appointment cements further our nationwide planning coverage.”
Gray began his career as a planning assistant at Fife Council, where he worked as a planning consultant. He then joined private consultancy, spending spells at Halcrow Group and Edaw.
He gained a masters in rural and regional resources planning from University of Aberdeen, along with a Dip TP in town and country planning from Heriot-Watt University.
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