Indigo Planning promotes two in Manchester

Michael Hunt

Consultancy Indigo Planning has made two promotions at its Manchester office.

 Daniel Jackson-Indigo PlanningChris Smith has been promoted to associate director and Daniel Jackson has been promoted to senior planner.

Established in 1986, Indigo Planning has offices in London, Manchester, Leeds and an associate office in Dublin.

The independent planning consultancy has also made two promotions at its office in Leeds. Speaking about the four promotions, Phil Villars, managing director of Indigo Planning, said: "These promotions are testament to the high quality work our teams are delivering for clients across the UK."

Indigo Planning has a team of 75 employees with clients ranging from landowners, PLCs, housebuilders, local authorities and other public sector bodies, retailers, pension funds and investment banks.

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development east of Westleigh Saint Pauls primary School
the access road to the new housing site (Sovereign Fold Road)
is is not wide enough for heavy goods vehicles that will be delivering materials to the site,as a ex hgv. driver i know that they will not be able to negotiate round the narrow bends in the the road
without running over the pavement .
On Coalpit Lane the road is wide enough for hgv to use for delivering and it would be ideal as there has already been hgv. using this road to take heavy machinery on the site
I know we need more houses so i dont object to these houses its the access road to and from the site regards A BROWN

By A brown