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Fisher German names new head of planning 

Written by: Prithvi Pandya
Published on: 3 Apr 2024

Sarah DeRenzy-Tomso [square]Fisher German has appointed Sarah DeRenzy-Tomson as its new department head for the planning team.

DeRenzy-Tomson has been a chartered planner for more than 20 years and has been at the firm for 10 years. She takes over from Liberty Stones, who has become the firm’s new divisional managing partner for its Advisory Services division.

DeRenzy-Tomson said: “Since joining Fisher German 10 years ago the planning department has changed considerably and has not only grown both in terms of numbers, but also the scale and complexity of the projects we’re delivering.

“It’s an exciting time for planning with the introduction of biodiversity net gain, significant investment in infrastructure and new technologies emerging in the energy market, as well as the implications associated with a potential change in government coming forward which could result in changes in priorities.

“We are at the forefront of these changes, interpreting them and ultimately helping to make a complex process as easy as possible for our clients to traverse. “

Fisher German has also made two promotions in its planning department: James Beverley progressing to senior associate and Stephanie Ross becoming senior planner, along with 43 further promotions across its 26 offices.

Pictured: Sarah DeRenzy-Tomson, James Beverley and Stephanie Ross.

Image credit | Fisher German