Turley strengthens its Wales planning team with Director appointment

Planning consultancy Turley has strengthened its team in its Cardiff office with the appointment of Director Neil Denison.

Neil joined Turley’s Cardiff Office on 5 June 2014 from engineering and technical consulting firm WYG plc, where he was a Director in its Cardiff, Bristol and Manchester offices.

Neil brings 26 years experience to the company. He has of advised and led on complex and large development and infrastructure projects within the private and public sectors, including securing permission for infrastructure works to upgrade the venue chosen to host the sailing events of the 2012 London Olympic Games at Osprey Quay, Portland. He has to date secured over 40 permissions for new Aldi food stores in the Midlands, South West and South East of England.

Commenting on his appointment, Neil said:

“Turley is a leading planning consultancy with an excellent track record across Wales, the South West and the UK and I am delighted to be joining the company. Its growing client base presents me with an exciting challenge and I am looking forward to developing my career with the firm.”

Rob Peters, Executive Director of Turley and its Bristol and Cardiff office Director said:

“Neil’s experienced track record and high level of technical knowledge will be a major asset in helping us to deliver our growing workload across Wales, the Midlands and the South West.”

Turley has a strong and growing team in its Cardiff Office. It has secured some major planning permissions including a new headquarters office building for Admiral and the award winning St David’s 2 shopping centre in Cardiff. Turley has also recently submitted a major comprehensive mixed use redevelopment proposal for Milford Dock in Pembrokeshire on behalf of the Port of Milford Haven.