Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Mather Jamie appoints new planning manager

Loughborough-based specialist land development and property consultancy Mather Jamie has expanded its planning team following the appointment of Georgina Doyle as a planning manager.

Georgina, who lives in Loughborough, holds an MSc in Urban and Regional Planning and is a Chartered Member of The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).

She joins Mather Jamie after spending 5 years with Pegasus Group, where she managed a variety of residential and commercial development projects. Prior to this, she spent almost 15 years in Local Government, gaining extensive experience both in policy and development management, including the management of strategic development projects.

In her new role, Georgina will work alongside head of planning Tom Collins and planning manager Jenny Adams to ensure Mather Jamie’s clients are able to negotiate the best outcomes for their land with development potential.

Georgina said: “I am very excited about continuing my planning career from a land promotion side. Whilst I have experience in this area, I will now be working directly with land owners and promoters. Everyone at Mather Jamie has made me feel very welcome.”

Tom Collins, head of planning, added: “Having an expert like Georgina in the team who has experience working both sides of the fence on land and planning issues will be a huge asset to our team. Her unique insight will undoubtedly benefit our clients and boost our internal knowledge.”

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