National planning consultancy Pegasus Group extend its growing team by appointing minerals and waste specialist Chris Jarvis.
Chris has significant experience of managing applications for minerals and waste development, and also extensive experience of the energy industry including energy from waste facilities and the provision of high voltage energy infrastructure. Chris has successfully secured planning permission for a range of minerals and waste related developments including the extraction of clay to ensure a supply of bricks to the award-winning York Handmade Brick Co, new transfer stations in Green Belt locations and green waste composting facilities. Alongside this work Chris also has also secured consent for the construction and decommissioning of utilities infrastructure including the construction of a new overhead line over the River Tees and the closure of the Victorian Woodhead Railway Tunnels in the Peak District National Park.
Leeds Executive Director Chris Calvert says “we are delighted to welcome Chris Jarvis to our team here in Leeds. He brings an abundance of minerals and waste experience that really strengthens our existing planning and environmental teams perfectly, who already work in this sector.”
Pegasus Group was established in 2003 and has grown to become a leading independent national planning and environmental consultancy. Its service areas within planning, design, environment, and economics ensure optimal results for clients in every aspect of the planning process. For more information about Pegasus Group and its services please visit www.pegasuspg.co.uk