Spawforths appoints pair of associates

Written by: Colin Marrs
Published on: 21 Nov 2014

Emma Lancaster, Anna Turton at Spawforths

Planning and architecture consultancy Spawforths, based in West Yorkshire, has announced it has appointed two new associates.

Anna Turton is joining from consultancy DPP in Leeds, where she worked as a principal planner.

She also previously worked as a planning officer in two different roles at Kirklees and Calderdale councils.

She specialises in retail planning and has working on a number of projects with major food store operators.   

Turton also has an MPlan in town planning from University of Manchester.

Emma Lancaster arrives from East Riding of Yorkshire Council, where she was strategic development management team leader.

She started her career as a planner at Hambleton District Council and has a masters in town and country planning from Leeds Metropolitan University.

A statement for the company said that Lancaster has extensive expertise across a wide range of development sectors, including dealing with environmental impact assessment development proposals.

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