Leading planning consultancy Turley has updated its London team with five new recruits across its strategic communications, landscape and visual impact assessment and heritage services
The appointments come as the firm expands its presence in the capital, responding to growing demand for its full-service offering, which also includes planning, design, economics, sustainability, environmental impact assessment and development viability consultancy services.
Phil Brogan and Theo Butt Philip have joined Turley’s strategic communications team and bring with them more than 30 years’ industry experience. The pair will deliver integrated communications strategies to help clients achieve successful planning outcomes for high-value projects across London and the South East.
Kate Dowdall has also been chosen to join the team as a senior consultant t work in Turley’s landscape and visual impact assessment team to provide planning stage landscape consultancy on a wide range of developments.
Paul Kesslar-Lyne has been named as associate director, and Camilla Gersh as senior consultant, in the heritage team. Both new additions will advise on a range of development proposals affecting a range of heritage assets in London and the South East.
Senior director, head of London and heritage, Roger Mascall, said:“We are seeing the fruits of an ambitious growth strategy for Turley in London. Demand for our full-service offering has increased and we are delighted to welcome such talented new people into our business on the back of this.
“The latest recruits are part of an ongoing story for Turley in London. We continue to review market trends and have a very positive outlook for the years ahead. We expect to add to our service offering in terms of additional people and also new ‘products’ in order to help our clients succeed.”
The new arrivals follows a re-shuffle of the company’s London team which also allowed Roger Mascall to be appointed head of the capital’s team and Ben Wrighton named head of planning in the region earlier this year.