Edgars promotes Lillian Duffield to senior planner

03rd May 2018

Edgars, the Oxfordshire-based planning consultancy, has promoted Lillian Duffield to senior planner.

Lillian has over 3 years’ experience and joined Edgars in August 2017. Since then she has provided planning consultancy advice to a range of clients across Oxfordshire ranging from educational establishments to developers and private landowners. She specialises in development management, local plans, heritage proposals and environmental impact assessments.

Lillian was elected as a member of the Royal Town Planning Institute in March 2017 having completed an MSc in Spatial Town Planning at Oxford Brookes University and a Geography Degree at the University of Oxford.

Jayne Norris, director, Edgars said: “We congratulate Lillian on her well-deserved promotion. Since she joined us she has shown professionalism, a willingness to learn and a measured approach to everything she does. She continues to impress us and makes the most of all training and professional development opportunities and exposure to innovative projects on which we work.”

Lillian Duffield, senior planner, Edgars added: “I am thrilled to have been promoted. I was attracted to Edgars because it has great projects and clients, especially in the heritage and education sectors, which matches my own desire to be part of an ambitious, growing business in these fields. The office has a really positive atmosphere as a result of the enthusiasm for the planning profession and the collaborative working approach which is encouraged. It is fantastic working in such a supportive team, as I have benefitted hugely from the range of expertise and experience that my colleagues have to share. We are encouraged to pursue our own areas of specialism through training and development opportunities so that we can contribute towards further consolidating and diversifying what services the business has to offer. All of this makes Edgars a fulfilling place to work at whatever stage you are in of your career.”

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