Leading development consultancy Pegasus Group has made over 60 promotions, including ten director positions, in recognition of colleagues’ hard work across its head and regional offices.
Celebrating her one-year anniversary as CEO, Nicky Parsons remains on track to achieve her initial ambitious plans. Acting on her core guiding principle to recognise the valuable contribution of employees and reward hard work, she has announced promotions across all levels of seniority and offices.
Sarah Dauncey has been promoted to Senior Director in Environment after working with Pegasus Group for more than 18 years working alongside planning teams in the promotion of large strategic schemes. Laura Garcia and Alex Robinson have both been promoted to Senior Director in Heritage, demonstrating the growth in the Group’s expertise, in particular within the renewable energy sector. And Matthew Good and Gareth Roberts have both been promoted to Senior Director in Planning, cementing the Group’s core expertise.
The promotions also include five new Directors.
Nicky Parsons said: “As we mark a year since I became CEO, we are proud to recognise our colleagues for their remarkable work with well-deserved promotions. Each individual played an integral role in a successful 2023, and they remain significant to our growth plans over the coming years. At Pegasus, we work hard to chart clear career development plans for our people and this latest round of promotions delivers on the plans for these individuals We hugely value our motivated and dedicated staff, and we are pleased to be rewarding their outstanding performance, ensuring continued growth for our business. “
There have also been numerous other promotions across all levels of seniority and offices, including new Associate Landscape Architects, Associate Planners, Associate Urban Designers, Associate Architectural Technologist, Principal Transport Planners, Principal Planners, Graphic designers, Senior Economic Analysts, Senior Planners, and Heritage Consultants.
Promotions in January 2024.
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