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New Director appointment at Nexus Planning

New Director appointment at Nexus Planning

3rd June 2019

Nexus Planning has appointed Shaun Andrews to join its senior management team and significantly grow its London consultancy presence. 

The appointment is consistent with the Company’s strategy to build on its recent successes in the Capital, complementing further growth in its Reading, Birmingham and Manchester studios.

Andrews joins from GL Hearn, part of Capita plc, where he was Head of Strategic Development.  Prior to that he was Head of Planning & Sustainability at Cushman & Wakefield and Head of London Planning at DTZ.

Roger Tustain, Managing Director of Nexus Planning, said:

“Shaun joins the team with a wealth of experience from some 25 years of work in the Capital. We are delighted to welcome him to our London team and look forward to his valued input into the wider management and growth of the national business. 

“Since our company launch six years ago we have grown the business through careful recruitment of talented professionals who share our company core values.  Shaun’s enthusiasm and commitment to our company ethos provide an exciting opportunity for the next stage in our development.”

Shaun Andrews added:

“I’m delighted to be joining the Nexus Planning at such a pivotal moment.  The company was recently shortlisted and commended for Planning Consultancy of the Year in the RTPI national awards for planning excellence 2019, and the London team will shortly move into a new bespoke studio as part of its ambitious growth strategy. 

“The landscape for our clients is changing rapidly and consultancy needs to change too. Clients demand deep and specialist expertise in areas that matter to them, they require innovation and they also require a high-energy team that can deliver. Nexus Planning is extremely well positioned to emerge as a leading London practice over the coming years and I’m therefore very excited to have been asked to take a leading role in delivering its ambitious growth plan for the capital and nationally.”