Development and infrastructure consultancy Peter Brett Associates has announced two promotions in its Manchester office.
James MacPherson was promoted from principal transport planner to associate after two years with the firm. He is a qualified transport planner with nine years' experience, and is currently providing transport and highways advice on a number of residential, retail, leisure and commercial developments in the North West and other parts of the UK.
Michael Gilbert, who has been with PBA for six years, was promoted from principal planner to associate. Gilbert is a chartered town planner currently advising PBA's national housebuilder, landowner and developer clients on a wide range of residential, retail and mixed-use schemes across the country.
Bernard Greep, director and head of the firm's Manchester office, said: "I would like to congratulate James and Michael for their contribution to this period of growth for our Manchester office, which reflects the growing optimism in the marketplace."
The Manchester office has 15 fee-earners.