DTP adds senior planner
Dynamic Transport Planning has appointed Jonathan Hazell as principal transport planner at its Chester-le-Street office, based at the Durham Cricket Riverside.
Hazell brings with him more than 15 years’ experience in the North East transport planning sector.
DTP said that his addition to the ranks will help the firm continue to meet increasing demand for its services supporting developments across the UK as well as build on local relationships and opportunities for growth.
Gavin Snowball, director, said “I am delighted to welcome Jonathan to the DTP team, particularly with his breadth of experience, along with his local knowledge and networks, that he brings within the North East.”
Hazell said “It is great to join the DTP team and I am looking forward to supporting further developments within the region and, similar to the current hotel development proposals at Durham Cricket, hope that the region can achieve its development potential with DTP able to provide a first-class service to support those schemes on highway matters.”
Projects where DTP has added transport expertise recently include plans for a 150-bedroom hotel at the Riverside ground, a 650-place school development in County Durham, and the new flagship regional Marks & Spencer in Washington.
DTP has also supported the British Esports Association with its plans for a recently approved Esports Performance Campus adjacent to the Stadium of Light in Sunderland, and assisted proposals for around 1,500 homes at the South Seaham Garden Village.