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Planning and development consultancy Montagu Evans has this week welcomed its 2023 early careers cohort.

15 new graduates have joined the partnership to work across the business’s key areas, from planning and historic environments to advisory and agency roles.  

With dedicated support in the form of managers, mentors and ongoing training, all are continuing a qualification pathway, and the firm has a robust and market-leading programme in place to help them in their ongoing development and growth as young professionals.

This year’s new recruits are: Luke Audis, Harry Beveridge, Zahra Bhojani, Paloma Calvert, Ed Elliman, Matthew Fitzgerald, Tobias Johnston, Harry Lloyd Jones, Sophie Kenworthy, Oliver Moir, Alex Nesti, Tom Pitts, Tami Raji, Xanthe Sloane and Nathan Wilson.

Victoria Thompson

, HR Director at Montagu Evans, said: “We are very pleased to welcome this talented group of young professionals to the partnership. Throughout the application process, they have impressed us with their attitude, capability and potential, and we have recruited from a wider range of higher education institutions and courses than ever before.”

In addition to these graduate appointments, Montagu Evans offered 13 intern places this year – its largest intake to date – including three students from the 10,000 Black Interns programme and two from 10,000 Able Interns, as well as others applying through its website. For the first time, the planning and development pathway was offered to provide interns with a wide grounding in the partnership’s specialist areas.

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