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More Growth for Iceni Projects Manchester Planning Team with new Associate

Posted 06/04/2018

by James Bompas

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Article appeared in The Planner, EG, Place North West.

Property Advisory firm Iceni Projects has today (Thursday 22 March 2018) announced the appointment of Deborah Baker Barnett as an Associate in the Manchester Planning team. Deborah is a planning and heritage consultant who brings a decade of public and private experience to Iceni Projects’ growing North West team.

Deborah joins Iceni Projects from Ruth Jackson Planning where she was a Senior Planning and Heritage Consultant. Most recently she has advised clients on the strategic release of Green Belt land through local plan promotion across the North West. Her approach to schemes involving heritage assets focuses on building a clear understanding of significance to shape proposals and create a strong case for development.

Murray Graham, Planning Director, Iceni Projects Manchester, said:

“Deborah immediately stood out as an exceptional planner and I am pleased that she accepted the position as Associate with the growing team at Iceni Manchester. Her expertise in planning and infrastructure, with her strong heritage experience, will be invaluable to our clients so we are pleased to welcome her to the team.”

Deborah Barnett Baker, Associate, Iceni Projects Manchester, added:

“Iceni Projects has some really interesting projects on the horizon. I am delighted to be joining the team to help deliver these exciting schemes for our clients.”

Iceni Projects’ Manchester Planning team currently represents clients across the North West and Midlands. They are actively working on client schemes in Warrington Garden Village and strategic land promotions across the North West, as well as working with Urban Splash and Michelle Rothwell of Watch This Space on a number of family home schemes in central Manchester. Active in student accommodation schemes with current projects in Derby, Birmingham and Lancashire.