Planning and development consultancy Lichfields has appointed three planning graduates in its Newcastle office.
Emma Callaghan joins from the University of Glasgow where she completed an MSc in City Planning and Real Estate.
Alex Kennedy studied Economics at Manchester Metropolitan University, before returning to the North East to complete an MSc in Urban Planning and Development at Newcastle University.
Andy Darby took a degree in geography at the University of Liverpool, and then completed a Master of Civic Design; Town and Regional Planning.
Jonathan Wallace, senior director of Lichfields Newcastle office, said: “Our three new planners will support a growing and increasingly diverse workload, which includes projects across the industrial, health and education sectors as well as work in housing and town centres, for which we are often best known.”
Pictured: Kennedy and Darby
Thumbnail L-R: Callaghan, Kennedy and Darby
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