Pegasus Group, one of the UK’s leading development consultancies, has announced significant expansion in its Birmingham office’s transport planning team, marking a major milestone in the Group’s continuous growth and diversification strategy.

In line with the organisation’s commitment to providing holistic expert advice and deliver exciting, sustainable development, Pegasus Group has in the last few years established its Transport Planning and Infrastructure discipline in Bristol, Birmingham and most recently Cambridge.  The Birmingham team was set up in August 2021 and in less than two years it has grown to a team of six professionals. The latest two new recruits are Jo Kerry, who joined as an associate in May, and graduate engineer Arun Juss who joined this week. This expansion reflects the Group’s success in the Midlands and mirrors the wider Birmingham office’s growth from seven to 26 staff in the last five years.  It acknowledges the increasing demand for Pegasus’s cross-sector services in the region.

The Birmingham city centre office’s transport planning team has been instrumental in executing various projects, catering to a diverse client base across the region. The team’s portfolio includes an array of residential sites including urban extensions and a wide range of employment, energy, leisure and retail projects and even dog walking fields.

The team’s involvement spans all stages from site selection and due diligence through to planning applications, appeal work and discharge of reserved matters, showcasing its comprehensive service offering and expertise.

Karen Evans, Director and transport planning lead in Birmingham, said, “We’re proud of the rapid growth of our team in Birmingham. It underlines our ongoing commitment to this region and is a clear indication of our strength in the market. The depth and breadth of our expertise allows us to deliver innovative results for our clients and this expansion will further enable us to meet the growing demand for our services.”


Craig Rawlinson, Senior Director and national transportation lead added, “We’ve seen rapid growth in the transportation and infrastructure discipline nationally since its senior leadership team was introduced from 2019 onwards and this is reflected in the increasing number of complex and important projects we are advising on. It’s exciting to see the continued expansion of Birmingham’s transport team, which reflects our ambitious Business Plan to be seen as one of the go-to transportation and infrastructure consultancy offers nationally.”

The Transport Planning and Infrastructure discipline works with all 14 of the Pegasus offices across the UK.