Pegasus Group announces regional and group promotions
National multidisciplinary consultancy Pegasus Group has made a number of regional and group promotions.
Hannah Armstrong in Bristol, Rebecca Dennis in Manchester, Krishna Mistry in Leeds, James Walker in Cirencester and Stuart Wells in Birmingham have all been made associate planners.
Isobel Hollands has been made associate environmental planner in Cirencester.
James Fairweather in the East Midlands and Jessica Frapwell in Bracknell have been promoted to associate urban designers.
Christina Johnson has been made group head of health and safety in Birmingham.
Pegasus Group made further group promotions in 2019, including:
- Dan Bentley - senior director of group IT;
- Kerry Grice - head of finance;
- Stephanie Lawrence - head of marketing;
- Mark Ballantyne - associate group brand designer; and
- Emma Thurlby joining the company as head of HR.
Tony Bateman, Pegasus Group’s managing director, said: “The group has had a very good last six months despite difficult trading conditions and I believe we will see this continue into 2020. We hope yet again at year end in July to emulate our last financial year’s achievement and record yet another good increase both in revenue and profit.”
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