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Celebrations as architects qualify


Two team members at East Midlands-based Franklin Ellis Architects are celebrating qualifying as architects, having recently completed their official studies and practical training. James Damon and Josh Dobson,


who joined Franklin Ellis in 2015 and 2017 respectively as architectural assistants, will now assume their new positions as architects within the practice. Their roles will involve


developing and refining design concepts for various projects, from initial feasibility proposals through to technical design and construction, on a wide range of building sectors. James, who studied for his


Architecture Part Two Master’s degree on a part-time basis at Sheffield Hallam University, is looking forward to taking on more responsibility as he helps develop the practice’s current projects. James said: “I’m delighted to


L-R: James Damon, Matthew Branton and Josh Dobson


continue to progress with my career in architecture. Franklin Ellis has been incredibly supportive – the company has a strong reputation for delivering award- winning projects, along with its ambition to create sustainable buildings that make a positive contribution to the local


community. It’s great to be part of the team here. “I have always been fascinated


with the built environment and how architecture can enhance people’s lives and the communities they live in, so I’m looking forward to playing a key role in a wide range of projects.” Josh, who completed his


Master’s degree in Architecture at the University of Nottingham, has always had a passion for architecture and is looking forward to working on larger projects as part of the team. Josh said: “I am proud to be part


of the Franklin Ellis team and have the chance to work on such a varied portfolio of work that regularly develops and challenges different aspects of my expertise. “I have always had an interest in


art and architecture, so it is fantastic to be able to pursue it as a career and work on wide-ranging design concepts across different sectors.” Matthew Branton, Senior Partner


at Franklin Ellis Architects, added: “We’re very pleased for James and Josh as they celebrate their qualifications and take on new roles within the practice. They each have great knowledge and enthusiasm and are highly valued members of the team.”


Family law team boosted by specialist


Nottingham-based law firm Nelsons has added specialist family lawyer and Legal 500 rising star Gareth Protheroe (pictured) to its family law team. Gareth, who specialises in


Nik Clarke (left) and Anthony Page Senior promotion for architect


Derby’s oldest architectural practice, Morrison Design has promoted Anthony Page to Associate Director. Anthony joined the firm in February 2004 and has 15


years’ experience working in the commercial, science and technology, blue light, public and predominantly hotel sectors. He has managed teams and project managed several


high profile architectural projects which have included redevelopment of the Doubletree by Hilton – London, West End hotel. He has also been a driving force in implementing and delivering the use of technology and Building Information Modelling (BIM) within Morrison Design.


In his role as Associate Director, Anthony will


continue to lead high profile projects, ensure the firm’s internal IT and quality assurance protocols are maintained, and support the Director team to grow and develop the firm. Commenting on his promotion, Morrison Design


Director Nik Clarke said: “Anthony is a highly accomplished practitioner and a proven project manager, particularly on high profile schemes. He has been instrumental in helping us implement quality assurance processes and the use of technology – which will undoubtedly help to demonstrate our skills and enable clients visualise how spaces can be optimised.”


child proceedings, is one of the few Nottingham-based members of the Law Society’s Children Law Accreditation Scheme, meaning he can represent children as well as parents and other kinship carers in the most complex cases. Gareth, who joined


Nelsons in 2016 in the law firm’s Derby office, said: “I am delighted to now be working with the family team in Nottingham. I am working with a highly motivated team of leading individuals where we each have our own specialisms working across children and family cases, always doing our best for the client. I am proud to be part of this team and look forward to fresh challenges in Nottingham.”


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