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Chris Wilkinson Architects has moved to larger offices at Transworld House, 100 City Road, London EC1Y 2BJ, tel 0171 608 7900, e-mail architects@cwal.co.uk

Eric Parry Architects has moved to 87-89 Saffron Hill, London EC1N 8QU, tel 0171 831 4464.

Brian Duckett has joined Ian and Moira Hankinson as a director of Hankinson Duckett Associates as part of the restructuring of Glen Kemp Hankinson.

The practice will continue to operate from the Thames Valley office as environmental planning consultants, landscape architects and chartered architects.

The David Hutchison partnership has made Jim Haigh, Arthur Morris and Geoff Thomas associates.

Interior-design consultancy Tilney Lumsden Shane has recruited Andrew Bartlett to work with Kathy Tilney on corporate interior-design projects.

London office at The Finsbury Business Centre, 40 Bowling Green Lane, London EC1R 0NE, tel 0171 415 7024.

Davis Langdon & Everest, chartered quantity surveyor, has promoted the following people in its London office: John Hicks to equity partner; Jon Blasby, James Clark, Tony Hollingworth, Richard Hopper and Ian Robinson to salaried partners; and Matt Bennion, Gerard Cook, Lionel Dore, Barry Hayden, Teresa McCarthy, Roger Petherbridge and Tony Potter to associates.

Multidisciplinary engineering practice Martin Stockley Associates has opened an office at Commercial Wharf, 6 Commercial St, Manchester M15 4PZ, tel 0161 835 3210.

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