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Iceni shuffles the pack with new hires and promotions

Published on: 7 Jun 2017

Planning consultancy Iceni Projects has strengthened its planning and heritage teams with a raft of promotions to add to two recent hires.

As previously reported on Planner Jobs, Dan Jestico has been recruited as director of sustainable development and Nick Grant as a planning associate.

Jamie Stanley [square]The company has also promoted four staff across its planning and heritage teams. Ben Harvey becomes an associate planner, Jamie Stanley (left) a senior planner and Emma Conwell is upgraded to planner.

In the heritage team, Anna Shelley (below, right) has been promoted to senior consultant. 

Meanwhile, Sara Cockburn, planner in Iceni’s Glasgow office, has been awarded a commendation by the RTPI for her application for Chartered Membership. She is one of only three applicants out of 400 to receive such recognition.

Anna Shelley [square]Iceni director Andrew Gale said: “What we offer to our clients is our people, their expertise and their diverse experience. We have been able to recruit a brilliant team and I am pleased to see them take the next step in their careers with Iceni Projects.

Formed in London 2005, Iceni has grown rapidly, recently opening offices in Glasgow and Manchester, and broadening its specialism to include design, engagement, heritage, sustainable development and transportation. The consultancy was one of Property Week’s Best Places to Work in Property in 2016.

Current Iceni projects include the regeneration of the former Ford stamping works site in Dagenham and the redevelopment of Cornwall House in Birmingham.