Award-winning international practice Broadway Malyan has announced the appointment of Philip Heaton as Director of Public Realm
An experienced chartered landscape architect, Philip Heaton joins from Cracknell Landscape Architects where he was a director. Prior to this he has worked for Scott Wilson, Parklife and CABE.
In Heaton’s new role, he will be responsible for the continuing growth of the practice’s international landscape and public realm team.
His appointment comes after a series of major project wins by the practice and coincides with the promotion of Adam Ross to director of planning, Jeff Nottage to associate director of planning in the UK and the appointment of Sarah Richardson as associate planner in the Abu Dhabi office.
Board director, Roger Tustain, said: “These appointments will drive our ambitious growth plans for our integrated planning, master planning and design service. They are a clear sign of our commitment to [our] UK and international clients and our ambition to become the planning and design consultant of choice.”