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Building Performance Group (bpg) has appointed Chris Bracknell as senior architect. He will be responsible for project and design integration management of the company's Whole Life Costing specialist service.

NJSR architects has promoted Rob Anderson to partner and Ian Bramham, Christopher Burscough and David Bailey to associate. All but Barnham will be based in Southport.

bdp has appointed Ian Charie as a director of bdp planning and an associate of bdp. He will lead bdp's London team responsible for all areas of planning work. Charie has over 16 years experience in urban planning and project work including 10 years of work for the London Docklands Development Corporation.

Interior design company, Circle, has just moved to: Morelands Buildings, Block D, Fourth Floor, 5 - 23 Old Street, London EC1V 9HL tel: 020 7251 4687 email: mail@circle-design.co.uk.

Everest Ascent has appointed Roy Eady as executive chairman of Everest, the Hertfordshire-based manufacturer and installer of home improvement products.

All Clear Designs, which specialises in designing access for the disabled, has moved to 3 Devonshire Mews, London, W4 2HA, tel: 0181 400 5093.

John Cossins is to retire from the Thomas Saunders Partnership after 37 years. Cossins joined the practice in 1962, one year after Thomas Saunders founded ttsp. His work on interiors developed as shell and fit out became the norm and he advised on government pfi projects as well as working on office buildings at Broadgate.

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