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Burgess Partnership has announced the appointment of three new associates: Carl Ince, Steve Statton and Peter Lane assume their new roles at the Cardiff office.

Taylor Woodrow has restructured its construction division, and a new management team has been appointed. Ray Shine and Andrew Wyllie become directors, David White becomes finance director and the following people become divisional directors: Tony Bickerstaff, Roger Blundell, Neil Johnson, Tim Peach, Graham Quinion, Norman Reed and Gerald Slack.

Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects has moved to Circus House, 21 Great Titchfield Street, London W1P 7FD, tel 020 7323 5737.

The Institute of Architectural Ironmongers (iai) has appointed Gary Somerfield of Dorma Door Controls as its new chairman. Peter Hicks, currently chairman of the institute's Welsh branch, has been elected vice-chairman.

Buro Happold has created 10 new partners. Neil Billett, Steve Brown, Andrew Comer, Rod Manson, Paul Rogers, Neil Squibbs, Gavin Thompson, Paul Westbury, David Wookey and Jerry Young assume their new roles on 1 May.

Jestico + Whiles has launched a specialist interior architecture section led by Sniez Torbarina and David Archer, with seven assistant designers. As part of the consolidation, Heinz Richardson has been appointed a director, and Eoin Keating and David Perera have been joined by Andrew Costa and James Dilley as associates.

Architects Design Partnership has created four new associates: Alison McKerracher, Alison Lowe, Jon Roylance and Gerry McLean.

On 1 May, the Derek Hicks & Thew Partnership will move to the Observatory, 1 Old Haymarket, Liverpool, L1 6LA, tel 0151 709 2249.

pmp Consultancy has appointed Richard Hutchinson as consultant and will be responsible for understanding the monitoring of Sport England National Lottery projects and sports development planning.

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