Logistics developer DB Symmetry has hired Paul Chatterjee as development director in its Manchester office.
Chatterjee has joined from Lynton Developments, where he spent seven years as a director, specialising in occupier-led development in the logistics and distribution sectors.
He also worked for Knight Frank and Fuller Peiser, before founding industrial consultancy C2G alongside two partners. C2G was bought by Knight Frank in 2006.
Chatterjee will work alongside existing development directors Simon Dixon and Dan Burn in DB Symmetry’s Manchester office. His appointment brings DB Symmetry’s number of project-facing directors up to nine.
DB Symmetry director Andrew Dickman said: “We are part way through a strategic growth programme, involving an increasing number of major sites across the country.
“To support this growth, we require a highly experienced and talented set of individuals, equipped with an in-depth knowledge of the market, who can bring complex sites forward and deliver.
“Paul and the wider team fit the high criteria we have set and we look forward to making further announcements on the growth of our team over the coming months.”