Adam Gostling is joining the organisation from Lambert Smith Hampton as Planning Director having worked in the sector for 18 years on some of the most iconic projects in the south of England. These include Battersea Power Station featuring nearly 1,000,000 sqm of residential, office, retail, leisure, community and other uses, a residential development within the London Borough of Westminster and the Earls Court mixed-used scheme.
With experience in major residential housing schemes, town centre regeneration, business parks and regional shopping centres, Adam will be working alongside more than 20 others in the consultancy’s Ebbsfleet office as well three other new appointments.
Julian Moat joins the consultancy as a Planning Associate along with Matthew Black (Senior Planner) and Molly How (Graduate).
Partner, Huw Edwards, said: “We have a strong history of delivering significant planning projects here in the South East, most recently for Newcrest on a residential led mixed use scheme forming the commercial centre of the Castle Hill development area in Ebbsfleet. As opportunities continue to open up across the region, I welcome our new team members who will continue to help us sustain a high standard of delivery on key developments/projects.”
Based in the heart of the Ebbsfleet Garden City Development, our Ebbsfleet office features planning and research professionals that focusses on residential-led developments in the South East. As well as commercial and retirement housing the team also has a number of exciting projects being brought forward under the Garden City Principles.
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