Pro Vision promotes new associate director

10th January, 2019

Pro Vision is delighted to announce Chartered Town Planner Kirstin Sullivan has been promoted to associate director.

Kirstin, 33, joined the firm in 2014 as a consultant planner, advising clients on a wide range of projects from large-scale residential to retail, leisure, mixed-use commercial and rural.

Since joining Pro Vision, she has become a Chartered Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (MRTPI), a hallmark of professional expertise and competence.

Commenting on her promotion, Steven Smallman, director at Pro Vision, said: “Our clients value Kirstin’s clear advice and meticulous attention to detail. Since joining Pro Vision, she has developed rapidly to become an accomplished planning consultant.”

Kirstin said: “I am delighted with my recent promotion to associate director and the new challenges it will bring to my role. I am looking forward to continuing my professional development with the ongoing support of Pro Vision.”

Kirstin has valuable experience in both the public and private sectors having worked at West Berkshire Council for six years. She started her career in interior design before retraining as a planner, graduating from Oxford Brookes University with an MSc in Spatial Planning.

Pro Vision is a growing consultancy with an impressive team of qualified and chartered town planners, urban designers, architects and ecologists. The company has offices in Ampfield, near Winchester and Newbury.