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Transport All-rounder Joins the Dynamic Transport Planning Durham Office in 2024

Leading North East-based Independent Transport Consultancy Dynamic Transport Planning (DTP), are delighted to announce they have welcomed a new senior member of the team to their Chester-le-Street office, based at the Durham Cricket Riverside. 

Jonathan Hazell joins the team in the role of Principal Transport Planner and brings with him over 15 years’ experience in the Transport Planning sector, specifically within the North East region.  Jonathan’s appointment will enable DTP to continue to meet increasing demand for their services supporting developments across the UK as well as build on local relationships and opportunities for growth. 

The DTP team are seeing an increased demand for planning permission for both commercial and residential developments across the UK.  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.” 

Asked about his new role, Jonathan 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.”

DTP have supported a number of recent regional development schemes on Transport Planning matters recently including; the proposals for a new 150 bedroom hotel at the Riverside, a new 650 place school development in County Durham, the new flagship regional Marks and Spencer retail development in Washington, supporting the British Esports Association with their plans for a recently approved Esports Performance Campus adjacent to the Stadium of Light in Sunderland, as well as assisting with the proposals for around 1,500 homes at the South Seaham Garden Village.

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