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Paul Labbett has been appointed as a divisional director of Cardiff- based architect and urban designer Gordon Lewis Associates.

Alex Mitchell and Anna Campbell-Jones have been appointed as design associates for the London-based multi-disciplinary design consultancy MoreySmith. Both have been with the company for four years; Mitchell was instrumental in the development of Capital Radio's new headquarters in Charing Cross Road, and Campbell-Jones was the on-site project co-ordinator on the design of the Commonwealth Club.

Associated Architects has moved to new offices at 19 Newhall Street, Birmingham B3 3PJ, tel: 0121 233 6600, e-mail: AA@dial.pipex.com

Newcastle-based Hasler Farthing has taken on six new members of staff - including Julie Booth and Adrian Crow -and plans for nine more.

Construction consultant Andrews, Kent & Stone has appointed Chris Broadbent, Roger Fisher and Tony Sibthorp as board directors of the company. Ian Bridge, Oliver Fyson, Martin Hargrave and Charles Soothill have become technical directors. Gordon Carline has become a consultant to the company.

Paul Bolt has been appointed director of strategy and communications at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

Wendy Newman, a post-graduate student at the University of Sheffield, has won the 1998 McParland Finn/Landscape Institute Student Essay Competition on 'New Labour - New Landscapes?'

Have you set up a new office? Changed address? Employed new staff? Please send details to People and Practices, The Architects' Journal, 151 Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4QX, fax: 0171 505 6701, e-mail: Ruths@construct.emap.co.uk

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