Planning consultancy Turley has announced a series of appointments and promotions across its Manchester and Leeds offices.
Turley said in a statement that Felicity Collins has joined its Manchester office as an associate director, joining from IBI, while Jack Dickinson has joined as an assistant planner from Ainscough Strategic Land. Adam Buxton also joins the office as an assistant planner, moving from Turley’s engagement team.
In the Leeds office, Dale Greetham has joined as a senior planner from Sport England. Katie Purdam has joined as an assistant planner, while Samuel Blyth has started as an engagement consultant. His previous roles include working at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning in Melbourne, Australia, and as a senior parliamentary assistant at Westminster.
Turley has also announced the promotions of Andrew Bickerdike (pictured), who has been promoted to the position of director, and of Anna Relph, Peter Rowe and Lewis Evans who have been made associate directors.
Stephen Bell, senior director at Turley and head of planning for the North of England said: “The appetite for investing in the main cities of the north shows no signs of abating. There is significant development activity and we are seeing increased demand for our broad planning offer.
“These appointments and well deserved promotions will ensure we continue to provide a first-class and local service across the northern regions”.
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