The Environment Partnership has expanded the urban design team at its Warrington head office with a series of appointments and promotions.
Chartered town planner Rory Davis joined TEP as a senior urban designer following jobs at Aecom and before that Turley. The team’s graphical offer has been boosted by the appointment of Stephen O’Gorman, who joins as a 3D visualiser from Ryder Landscape Architects, and Madeline Bayon, a recent graduate in landscape architecture. All have now started work.
Within the team, Narada Haralambous, Charlotte Hayden, Steven McCoy and Tim Johns have all been promoted to associate level.
Commenting on the team’s growth, director Ian Grimshaw said: “We are delighted to celebrate TEP’s 20th year in business helping clients achieve sustainable developments up and down the country. The past couple of years have been encouraging for our planning and masterplanning business.
“We have sought to reward success by promoting experienced colleagues and are proud to appoint new members of the TEP family to encourage future growth.”
As well as Warrington, the environment-focused consultancy serves key markets from bases in London, Gateshead, Market Harborough and Cornwall. Services TEP offers include town planning, landscape assessment and design, environmental assessment, land management, heritage and arboriculture and ecology.