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Lichfields hires two planners in Reading

Written by: Prithvi Pandya
Published on: 12 Oct 2022
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Caitlin and florence [square]Planning consultancy Lichfields has announced two new planners in its Apex Plaza offices in Reading.

Florence Leung has a background as a journalist in Hong Kong and completed her MSc in urban and regional planning this summer at University of Sheffield. 

Caitlin Attrill will be working part time while studying for her MSc in spatial planning and development at the University of Reading.
 
Working closely with staff on major public and private sector projects, both will receive support through Lichfields’ graduate programme and Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) mentorship as part of their career development plans.
 
The firm has recently appointed associate director Ed Rehill and planning director Nick Kirby in the Thames Valley following growth and continued expansion.

Daniel Lampard, senior director and head of the Thames Valley office, said: “We are experiencing strong growth and success, working on a range of exciting projects across the Thames Valley, and are pleased to be expanding the team in response to this. Florence and Caitlin will be great additions to our team, bringing more depth to our services as our workload increases off the back of an expanding portfolio of work.”

Pictured L-R: Caitlin Attrill and Florence Leung

Image credit | Lichfields