H&G appoints two new directors

Written by: Michael Donnelly
Published on: 28 Apr 2017

Richard Henley

H&G, the London-based planning and development consultancy founded by former Savills directors Roger Hepher and Patrick Grincell, has appointed two new directors. 

A statement from the firm said that Richard Henley (pictured) has joined the practice as an equity director. He was previously group planning director at estate agency Countrywide.

Eve Campbell, formerly of Savills and Metropolis Green, has also joined as director, “bringing extensive large project and EIA expertise”, the firm said. 

Two existing staff members are also being promoted: Matthew Robinson (previously at How Planning) to associate; and Oliver Carr to planner.

A statement from the firm said: “Since Roger Hepher and Patrick Grincell established their new practice early last year, the client and project lists have grown quickly and steadily.

“This reflects the fact that both principals have extensive networks of clients and contacts, and that they have assembled a team of high calibre people. The new appointments take the team to 12 strong, with further growth planned”.

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