Turley has announced two new additions to its planning team in London – Christoper Schiele joining as associate director and Luke Sumnall as assistant planner. Both men join from GL Hearn.
Christopher specialises in high-density regeneration projects. He brings a wide range of experience working on large-scale residential-led mixed-use developments across London and the South East.
In recent years, Christopher played a key role in the delivery of various complex regeneration schemes with a particular focus on sites around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Luke spent the last two years on a planning graduate scheme. He has worked on a range of mixed-use schemes across London and the South East.
Speaking about the appointments, head of planning London, Ben Wrighton said: “It’s a great time to join Turley as we continue to strengthen our reputation and build our offering across the city. The growing number of large-scale mixed-use projects planned and under construction in the capital has led to an increase in demand for trusted advisers which these new members of the team will play a key role in servicing.”
Turley’s London team is currently engaged on a number of high-profile projects in the region including New Covent Garden Market, Great Ormond Street Hospital and the redevelopment of Whiteleys Shopping Centre.