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Glasgow-based Glass Murray Architects has changed its name to Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop Architects.

Chetwood Associates has promoted nine associates to regional directors. They are Clive White, Chris Slamon, Paul Hinkin and Paul Grayshon in the London office, Graham Edward and Des Curran in the Leeds office, and Lee Morris, Keith Lewis and Andy Scott in the Midlands office.

Charles Duncan, formerly a director of surveyor Lambert Smith Hampton of 27 years, has joined Oulsnam Design in his home town of Bakewell as director of property. He will expand the range of services for clients in the UK and Spain.

Epping-based Leonard Stace has promoted Tom Redpath to senior associate. Paul Burns, Martin Ford, Mike Hutchins, Jonathon Lipscombe, Stuart Riley, David Spennock and Brian Stroud become associates.

Louise Gardner has been promoted to associate with the Stevenage-based Archer Partnership.

York-based Ashfield Architects has renamed itself Bramhall Blenkharn.

Tate & Hindle Design has set up a website, designed by London-based consultancy OPX, at http://www.tatehindle.co.uk

Bob Hartley has been appointed finance director of engineering consultancy White Young Green.

EC Harris has appointed seven new partners: Tony Holmes, Eric Ostrowski, Allan Stevenson and David Whiter in London; Philip in Birmingham; Allan Piper in Exeter; and, Derek Russell in Cardiff.

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