Stephen Gill has joined GVA How’s Manchester office from fellow consultant Zerum.
Gill started his new role as a town planner at GVA this month, after spending around 11 months with Zerum, having joined in March 2018. Previously, he worked for St Helens Council as a planner for nearly three years, while he also spent three years as a planning advisor at the Environment Agency.
Projects he worked on while at Zerum included Salford City FC’s new stadium, and Manchester’s grade two-listed Stock Exchange building on Norfolk Street.
Jon Suckley, senior director at GVA How Planning, said: “We are delighted to welcome Stephen Gill at the start of an exciting New Year. Stephen has experience in private practice and in the public sector, having worked previously at St Helens Council. We will continue to grow our team and provide a first-class service to our clients.
“GVA How Planning has a strong portfolio of exciting projects including the Northern Gateway for the Far East Consortium and Manchester City Council, and Pickering’s Farm, Penwortham for Taylor Wimpey and Homes England. We are very optimistic about the year ahead and are pleased to have Stephen on board.”