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Paul Davis has become a director of London-based Hurley, Robertson and Associates.

Chris Palmer has been promoted to the position of executive with chq Partnership, a practice of architects and building surveyors based in Baldock, Hertfordshire.

Newcastle-based Hasler Farthing plans to open an office in Lincoln, working alongside Stamford Developments for which it is designing several multi-million pound projects. Richard Mair will head the new office.

Architect Andrew Powell, formerly director of Cadmium, has joined Bath- based Stubbs Rich to become manager of Stubbs Rich Imaging.

Landscape architect Ronnie Scott has joined prp Architects to strengthen the practice's skills in environmental planning and landscape design.

Roger Peachey and Deborah Birch have joined Hereford-based Hook Mason. Gordon Clarke has become an associate with the practice.

Hull-based Gelder and Kitchen has received quality-assurance accreditation to bs en iso 9001 with the assistance of qms, Quality Management Systems.

Steve Machin and John Helyer have become associate engineers with London- based Price & Myers.

David Webb has been appointed to the board of directors of Shepherd Building Group. He is also chairman and managing director of the recently formed Shepherd Design, chairman of us-based Dean Oliver International and a director of Shepherd Construction.

Peter Brades of architect Barefoot, Brades & Fanning has been elected chairman of the governing council of the Incorporated Edwin Austin Abbey Memorial Scholarships. The charity provides funds for painters to study at the British School at Rome.

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