Edgars Limited promotes Jon Westerman to director

08th November 2017

Edgars Limited, the Oxfordshire-based planning consultancy, has promoted Jon Westerman to director as part of its ongoing growth strategy.

Jon has 21 years’ development planning experience having joined Edgars in 2016 from Cherwell District Council where he was development services manager. Prior to that he worked for both West Oxfordshire District Council and Carter Jonas.

Jon has significant development management experience, including residential development, advising and managing estate development, master planning of property and finding creative development solutions for land constrained by sensitive heritage assets. In particular, he was instrumental in the delivery of the Great Tew Estate and Soho House development proposals, using his appreciation of heritage assets with master planning.

Jayne Norris, director, Edgars Limited said: “We congratulate Jon on his well-deserved promotion. Since joining Edgars, both our public and private sector clients have benefitted from his significant development management experience, and his creative approach to finding sustainable solutions for developing estates, land and assets. Jon has a commitment to quality and has given a vast contribution to both our existing and new clients. His promotion reflects that we are committed to professional recruitment and development to ensure that we have the best people and planning experts for the future and that the business continues to thrive.”

Jon Westerman, director, Edgars Limited added: “I am absolutely delighted to have been promoted to director. Edgars Limited is a company that is excelling thanks to its leadership, its expert team and client service ethos. It allows me to give the very best planning advice to our clients, be involved in some innovative and dynamic projects, and be part of this successful and progressive business.”

Edgars Limited is currently looking to expand its 10-strong team further with the recruitment of individuals with skills in urban design, heritage and landscape issues.

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