Planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore has promoted five directors within its business to partner.
Lucy Wood is the new partner at the London office. Wood joined in 2013 and intends to continue leading the new graduate programme. She will also focus on the vital areas of planning and design to promote health and wellbeing, tackling the climate change challenge and facilitate the green economic recovery.
Greg Dickson is the new partner at the Manchester office. In this role Dickson will become further ingrained with projects that promote and progress the future of the Manchester and Liverpool city regions.
Colin Lavety is the new partner in Scotland. Lavety joined the practice in 2015 and will continue to work closely with fellow Scotland partner Stephen Tucker to secure continued growth and development across Scotland.
Stuart Natkus has become partner at the Leeds office. Natkus has more than 10 years of experience at the practice and in his new role will meet the challenges posed by the rapidly changing ways in which people live and work.
Barry Williams has been promoted to partner in Bristol and Cardiff. Williams will build on his eight years at the business to further support the collaboration between design and planning at the Bristol office and across the UK.
Alongside the five new partners, there have been 14 other promotions across the practice, including new planning directors Greg Pitt and Hannah Leary (London), new urban design director Michael Ward (Scotland), new IT director Lee Cripps (Reading) and new planning associate, Jane Harrison (Reading).
Pictured: Lucy Wood
Thumbnail: Greg Dickson
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