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Turley makes two appointments in Scotland

Written by: Prithvi Pandya
Published on: 11 Sep 2019

Hannah Munro and Lisa Russell - Square  [square]Planning and development consultancy Turley has made two appointments in its Edinburgh office in Scotland.

Lisa Russell has been appointed associate director and joins from WYG. She brings over 15 years of experience in securing energy, retail, residential and commercial planning permissions. She has also helped to facilitate the delivery of key strategic infrastructure developments across Scotland and the UK.

Hannah Munro has been appointed planner and also joins the consultancy from WYG. She brings experience in retail, residential and commercial development projects.

Turley said the appointments will bolster its planning team, and support growing demand for project work throughout Scotland, in particular across Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen.

Colin Smith, head of planning in Scotland, said: “Our team in Scotland has grown consistently throughout 2019 and we are pleased to now boast a 10-strong team across planning and heritage working on a range of high-profile projects.

“The expansion of the team demonstrates our ongoing commitment to investment in Scotland and the diversification of our work across sectors, including energy and strategic infrastructure.”

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