Pegasus Group appointment strengthens northern design team
Leading planning and design consultants Pegasus Group has strengthened its Leeds office with the appointment of an urban design specialist.
Joe Stenson has joined the team as Associate Urban Designer, bringing with him 15 years’ experience in both architectural practice environments and design management.
Joe has delivered volume and bespoke schemes throughout Yorkshire and the North, gaining planning consent for numerous large-scale residential projects including 80 homes in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.
Joe said: “I’m really pleased to join Pegasus Group at a time of significant growth which is being recognised throughout the industry.
“I am passionate about residential layout design, master planning and the feasibility stages of sites of all sizes and know that Pegasus will offer me the opportunity to work on a wide variety of exciting projects of all size. My skills-set lies with identifying and capitalising on residential development opportunities presented by brownfield and greenfield sites alike, generating concepts and turning them into striking, rational and viable proposals.”
Joe joins Pegasus Group from Persimmon Homes where he was a senior architect / design manager. He brings with him a detailed knowledge of the planning process and has substantial experience in liaising with local authorities and presenting proposals to a wide range of audiences.
Tony Bateman, Pegasus Group’s Managing Director said: “Securing the right people for the job is essential to the ongoing success and growth of the group, and Joe’s credentials ensure that he will be a real asset to our team in Leeds. We are delighted to welcome him to Pegasus and I look forward to seeing his obvious passion for urban design put into practice.”
Pegasus Group has more than 280 skilled and experienced staff operating from 12 offices across the UK. The company’s services span the entire project process from planning through to design and delivery, specialising in planning, design, environment, economics and transport.
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