Indigo Planning has appointed Bethany McQue as a planner and Tom Dilke has been recruited for the newly-created position of researcher.
McQue will be based in the Leeds office, and Dilke the central London office.
McQue has worked as an assistant planner and a planner at Turley since September 2014, where she worked on a wide range of schemes across a number of sectors, including residential, retail and commercial.
At Indigo, she will be working on projects in the Leeds City Region that aim to promote land, primarily for commercial purposes.
Previously a researcher at the Centre for London, Dilke compiled research and data analysis on a number of topics, including socio-economic similarities between global cities, mobility in higher-education and place-making in London.
Dilke will be undertaking qualitative and quantitative research on a variety of topics relating to housing and planning. It will include socio-economic baselines, briefing notes and long-term research projects.