Tetlow King Planning Welcome New Staff and Promote James Durant to Principal Planner

May 2, 2017 11:45 am Published by

Tetlow King Planning (TKP) are pleased to announce that James Durant (Bristol Office) has been promoted from Senior Planner to Principal Planner. James has been working at TKP Bristol Office since 2015 and has worked on a large  number of residential schemes, overseeing the consultant team and negotiating with council officers towards permission. He has particular knowledge of promoting strategic sites for development and justifying the benefits of the development to the Council.

We are also delighted to welcome three new members of staff:

Dylan Kerai joined TKP in April 2017 as Assistant Planner based in West Malling. Dylan completed his MSc in Urban Design and City Planning at University College London, and BA Geography at Coventry University. At Tetlow King Planning, Dylan is working on a variety of projects including residential schemes; specialist housing for older persons developments; planning appraisals, planning appeals and objections to developments on behalf of neighbours.

Annie Gingell started working for TKP Bristol Office in April 2017 as an Assistant Planner, joining us from Bristol City Council. Annie gained a BSc in City and Regional Planning from Cardiff University. Annie worked at RPS Group during her final year of studies and spent a year in industry at Pegasus Group. Before joining Tetlow King Planning, Annie worked at Bristol City Council as part of the Policy team. She has knowledge of working on a wide range of statutory reports including; Five year housing land supply; Business Development Survey and Annual Monitoring Reports.

Julie O ‘Rourke joined TKP Bristol Office in May 2017 as a Planner from Bath and North East Somerset Council. Julie has excellent experience of land use planning and engagement with the community having been the lead on the Council’s Placemaking Plan. Julie has extensive experience of working with communities having helped many neighbourhoods in Bath and North East Somerset develop their Neighbourhood Plans.