Kerrigan lands Boyer planning role

Written by: Colin Marrs
Published on: 13 Sep 2016

Kate Kerrigan, BoyerPlanning consultancy Boyer has appointed Kate Kerrigan as a principal planner.

She joins the firm from rival Tetlow King, where she worked for more than seven years in an equivalent role.

Kerrigan's role at Boyer will be to work with directors to develop and grow the firm’s Colchester office and support clients with developments.

Matt Clarke, head of Boyer’s Colchester office, said that Kerrigan’s private sector experience would add value to the firm’s offering to clients.

Kerrigan previously worked in junior planning roles at architecture practice West Waddy ADP and Wear Valley District Council.

She has a master’s degree in town planning from the University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and a bachelor’s in geography, sociology and politics from the National University of Ireland, Galway.

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