Planning and development consultancy Lichfields has appointed two graduate planners in its Manchester office.
Will Hanson and Max Kidd-Rossiter join as graduates from the University of Sheffield.
Hanson achieved a Masters in Real Estate, Planning and Development. He is currently assisting with the delivery of the North Leigh Park major strategic site in Wigan for 1,800 dwellings and a section of link road connecting J26 of the M6 and J5 of the M61.
Kidd-Rossiter obtained a Masters in Urban Studies and Planning. He has worked for a local planning authority's policy department and a housebuilder.
He is currently working on development consent order application submissions relating to the Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal and promoting strategic residential sites through various local plans for national housebuilders.
Pictured: Kidd-Rossiter and Hanson
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