Perrell, O'Donoghue, Charlesworth and Church have all contributed to THP's growth. Credit: via Aberfield

Four step up at The Harris Partnership

Iain Church, Ian Perrell, Russell O’Donoghue and Sarah Charlesworth are now directors of the Wakefield-headquartered architect’s parent company The Harris Group.

Other contributors across the group have also been recognised with Mark Hendy promoted to director of Harris’ project management business, while in Manchester Sarah Rhodes has become design director and Marisa Rigby promoted to associate in project management.

Now with regional offices in London, Milton Keynes, Manchester and Reading, the group employs more than 140 people and has specialisms in design, master planning, project management, 3D visualisation and landscape architecture.

The business manages the largest portfolio of Aldi projects In the North and South East of England and also works with British Land, Harworth Group, Associated British Ports, Frasers Property, Premcor Estates and Patrizia.

One of its current Aldi projects is a new store in Keighley.

James Richmond, joint managing group director, said: “These promotions are thoroughly deserved, and we thank all those recognised for their ongoing hard work and dedication.

“We are committed to not only developing our people but fostering a positive culture across the business, which is reflected in the long service of many members of our team.

“These promotions also signify our ongoing confidence as a group as we invest for the future and look forward to the next phase of our growth.”

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