Our Knowledge Centre combines a unique set of useful tools to assist ALL office movers. Use our moving guides, office space calculator, dynamic rental map and other tools to get an idea of what type of office your company needs. We’ll make sure you get there.
Register for FREE now and get full access.
The City of London Corporation has appointed its current assistant director of design, Gwyn Richards, to take over as interim chief planning officer when Annie Hampson retires next month.
Richards has been involved in every major planning decision in the square mile for the past 10 years, and as part of his new role he will lead a team of 40 planning, design, conservation, transport and archaeology officers.
Commenting on his appointment, Richards said that he intends to facilitate planning policy that is “radical, forward-looking and proactive. …We all face challenging times and planning in the City needs to adapt to find radical solutions for the greater good. We have a strong and dynamic team who are up to the task.”
Meanwhile, chair of the planning and transportation committee, Alastair Moss, said: “Gwyn’s expertise will help us transition smoothly following Annie’s retirement next month. He will now lead a strong and experienced team that will help to shape the future of the Square Mile.”
This news was brought to you by Morgan Pryce, a specialist tenant acquisition agent with offices in Oxford Circus and the City. Morgan Pryce specialises in search, negotiation and project management and works exclusively for tenants.