National consultancy Pegasus Group has announced a series of director level internal promotions. The employees took up their news roles on 1 July.
Gail Stoten, heritage, and Jonathan Rainey, planning, have become executive directors, and have also become members of the strategic management of the group.
Gail Stoten, based in the Cirencester office, joined Pegasus Group in 2015 and in July 2018 was promoted to senior director. She leads a team of 12 heritage consultants.
Stoten said: “Becoming involved in the strategic decisions that are taken within the group is an exciting opportunity that I am very much looking forward to.
"I will also continue to develop our fantastic heritage team, ensuring that we deliver for our clients providing advice and assessments for planning applications for diverse developments involving historic buildings, townscapes and landscapes, and archaeology."
Rainey joined Pegasus Group in 2006 and is based in the Bristol office. He advises housebuilders, developers and operators of specialist housing for older people, retailers and private landowners.
Neil Cox, James Hicks, Andrew Hodgson and David Onions, who are in the Birmingham, East Midlands and Cambridge planning team, have been promoted to the senior director level,
Across the company, a further 10 new directors have been announced:
- Birmingham - Hanna Staton (planning) and Stuart Ward (urban design);
- East Midlands - Wesley Bray (urban design) and Marie Stacey (planning);
- Leeds - Kate Curtis (environment), Joe Stenson (urban design) and Dale Tuner (environment);
- Bristol - Gareth Roberts (planning team);
- London - Henry Courtier (planning); and
- Group services - Emma Thurlby, human resources.
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