Anna Murray joins RPS London and South East Planning Team
07 January 2021 | 1 min read
We’re thrilled to announce that Anna Murray, Senior Planner, has joined our London based Planning team.
Anna brings over five years’ experience in both public and private sectors to the team, with deep understanding of the Planning process, policy and legislation.
She began her career in Planning policy at a Local Authority in Surrey, predominantly working on the preparation and submission of the Local Plan which she defended the soundness of at the Examination in Public. Since then, she has worked in the private sector for clients on a range of education, commercial and residential projects.
In her new role with RPS, Anna will be preparing detailed site appraisals and providing pre-application planning and strategic advice to clients, including site promotion.
“I am looking forward to getting involved in the diverse range of projects on which the London Planning team advises. It's an interesting and exciting time to be joining RPS and I hope that my experience in both the public and private sectors will be a valuable asset to the team," says Anna.
Suzy Wilson, Senior Associate Director, comments: "Anna has been a very welcome new member to our team, providing invaluable support to us during what has remained a very busy period."
"Despite starting at RPS in this difficult and virtual time, Anna has enthusiastically and confidentially picked up our ways of working and has thrown herself into working on a variety of projects."
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