As featured in Property Week and Planning on 28/02/2018.
Property advisory firm Iceni Projects has today announced three new appointments to its Planning team.
John Mumby joins as Director in the Urban Mixed Use Team from RPS/CgMs, where he worked on projects including King Chase Shopping Centre, Kingswood and Horizon Shopping Park, Fanborough. Ben Peirson and Luke Challenger join as Associates in the Urban Mixed Use Team and Strategic Team.
Andrew Gale, Chief Operating Officer, Iceni Projects, said:
“I am delighted to welcome John, Ben and Luke to the Iceni Tribe. With their extensive experience in a wide range of sectors, from strategic land planning to build-to-rent, they will help us continue to broaden our property advisory offer and deliver the great results our clients have come to expect.
“With major projects on the horizon for our clients, like the Maidenhead town centre regeneration and the new Energy Park at Huntspill in the South West, I know all of our new starts are keen to get stuck in.”
John Mumby, Director, Iceni Projects, said:
“Iceni Projects’ ambition and reputation for challenging traditional planning norms attracted me to the company. We are already delivering exciting projects, like Anglia Square in Norwich which is creating new communities as it reinvigorates existing high streets and delivers essential new homes.”
John’s new team at Iceni Projects’ has recently secured planning consent for two significant residential-led schemes in Brighton & Hove at Anston House and Kingsway, with a number of other schemes across the UK in the pipeline.