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Senior promotions boost Indigo Planning’s Leeds office

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Independent town and planning consultancy Indigo Planning has made three significant promotions within the senior team of its Leeds office.

Richard Frudd and Rob Crolla have both been promoted to Regional Director level.

Richard is a founding member of the company’s Leeds office with over 13 years planning experience.

Since joining Indigo Planning he has worked with a range of national and regional clients, has helped secure planning permission for complex and large-scale projects across the country, undertaken retail impact assessments and co-ordinated environmental impact assessments.

Rob has over 19 years experience of planning matters including co-ordination and submission of planning applications and promotion of development through the development plan process.

Having successfully worked on projects with individual and unique issues within the public sector, Rob is uniquely placed to provide planning and strategy advice to both public and private sectors.

Andrew Astin has been promoted to Associate Director. Andrew has over 13 years planning experience working in both the private and public sector.

He has experience of both development control and planning policy, and has experience of dealing with a large and complex range of planning applications.

He is particularly well versed in commercial, residential and retail planning providing planning advice to national and regional clients.

Leading the provision of Indigo Planning’s consultancy services across the region, Simon Grundy, said:

“All three promotions reflect the hard work which has been dedicated over what has been a challenging few years for the property and development sector.

“We look forward to leading the Leeds office in an optimistic and improving market. It is clear that investor confidence in Yorkshire and the Humber is on the up and we very much welcome the boost it will bring to the regional economy.”

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