Phil Robinson and Graham Lamb have been made senior planning directors, while Andrew Gilsenan has been appointed as urban design director.
Robinson joined Pegasus Group in 2019 and specialises in residential and retail schemes. Prior to working with Pegasus, he worked for GL Hearn for 14 years.
Lamb is also well versed in the residential sector and joined Pegasus in 2013. Like Robinson, he also worked with GL Hearn in the past.
Gilsenan signed on with Pegasus’s Nottingham office in 2014, before joining the Manchester one in 2018. Before he was a Pegasus employee he was an urban designer with Leonard Design Architects.
The Manchester appointments were just part of a larger announcement, which saw Pegasus also promoting employees in its Leeds, Birmingham and Armstrong Burton offices.
“I am delighted to welcome the new year by announcing so many promotions across the group,” said Pegasus chief executive Jim Tarzey.
“2021 proved another extraordinary year in light of Covid, but we not only adapted to changed working conditions but continued to grow the business. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the whole team for their continued hard work and dedication.”
Pegasus has 16 offices throughout the country and 400 employees.
The consultancy was a key partner in the Place North West COP26 podcast series, appearing on three episodes: