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30 NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house appointments across the industry


LUKE ABBOTT STEPHEN GEORGE + PARTNERS


TWO NEW APPOINTMENTS TURLEY


Planning and development consultancy Turley has strengthened its planning service, appointing Lisa Russell as associate director and Hannah Munro as planner at its Edinburgh office, both of whom arrive from WYG. Russell brings over 15 years’ experience in securing energy, retail, residential and commercial planning permissions, she has also helped to facilitate the delivery of key strategic infrastructure developments across Scotland and the UK. Munro brings with her “significant experience in retail, residential and commercial development projects”. The appointments bolster Turley’s planning team and will support growing demand for project work throughout Scotland. Commenting on them, head of planning Scotland, Colin Smith said, “Our team in Scotland has grown consistently throughout 2019, and we are pleased to now boast a 10-strong team across planning and heritage working on a range of high-profile projects. The expansion of the team demonstrates our ongoing commitment to investment in Scotland and the diversification of our work across sectors, including energy and strategic infrastructure.” Lisa Russell added: “I am thrilled to be joining Turley at a time of growth in Scotland, particularly in energy, EIA development and the hospitality and leisure sectors. Turley’s expanding client base presents fantastic opportunities, and I am looking forward to working with the team and helping to shape Scotland’s future built environment.”


FRANCESCA GERNONE HLW


Global architecture and design firm HLW has announced the latest addition to its growing London team, Francesca Gernone as principal. Gernone comes to HLW with a “strong background in base building repositioning and impactful interiors work”. Leveraging over two decades of industry experience across both architecture and design, Gernone’s award-winning academic and professional achievements “uniquely qualify her to lead HLW’s dynamic London studio as the firm continues to evolve”. Gernone commented, “I have long admired HLW expansive project portfolio, and I am thrilled to join a collaborative and creative team that speaks a similar design language to my own. I look forward to bringing innovative interior design and architectural solutions to the firm’s various range of high-impact projects –– pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the built environment.” Bronte Turner, managing director at HLW’s London Office said, “Francesca joins HLW London at an exciting time, as we continue to take on larger, more innovative projects in the European market. Francesca’s impressive experience and dedication to furthering design innovation makes her a powerful addition to our growing team. We look forward to strengthening our firm’s architectural practice under her leadership.” HLW’s roster of projects includes Capital One’s London and Nottingham offices, Willis Towers Watson, and One Docklands.


Stephen George + Partners (SGP), has appointed Luke Abbott as studio director, based at the firm’s Leicester office. Luke will be working with partner Marcus Madden-Smith in SGP’s industrial and logistics sector group. In addition to managing a team, Luke will be involved in client liaison, feasibility studies, concept design, and plans of works. Luke explains, “I was attracted to SGP as I knew them as an established practice, but with an ambition to expand and the resources and talent to make that expansion work. I’ve designed buildings across many sectors but am now looking forward to focusing my skills in the industrial and logistics market.”Luke joins SGP from Roger Coy Partnership where he was director of architecture, combining team leadership with multi sector experience including education, healthcare and residential, as well as commercial.


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