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Rob Gregory, former project architect with Michael Hopkins and Allies and Morrison, has been appointed assistant editor of The Architectural Review.

Tel 0207 505 6728 or email rob. gregory@ebc. emap. com Cumming Anderton Architects has appointed Andrew Thomas as an associate of the practice.

Campbell Architects of London has promoted three of its senior architects - Andrew Clarke, Peter Courtney and Ben Lumley - to associates.

North London-based sef architects has made Polly Barker an associate and appointed Henriette Helstrup as practice manager.

Property developer Urban Splash has appointed Jason Collard as managing director for its new operation in southwest England.

Wiard Sterk replaces CaroleAnne Davies as director of public arts agency CBAT, and Elwyn Tudno Jones takes over as chair.

Baker-Brown McKay Architects has been renamed BBM Sustainable Design to reflect its workload.

Following the merger of Building Design Partnership with Whicheloe Macfarlane MDP, the Bristol, Southampton and Exeter offices are now trading as BDP. David Radford and Andrew Shaw have become company directors and Robert Goard and Adrian Hitchcock have been appointed architect directors.

lSend details of changes and appointments to Angela Newton, The Architects'Journal, 151 Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4GB, or email angela.

newton@construct. emap. co. uk

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