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Peter Head (F), director of Faber Maunsell, has been appointed as one of 18 commissioners of the Greater London Authority's newly formed Sustainable Development Commission. Head will represent London's construction sector.

Atkins has appointed Roger McGlynn (M) as head of Atkins Investments, the group's PFI investment arm. He takes over from David Clements (M), who has become group director for investments and government services, which also covers health, defence and asset management.

Ballast plc has promoted Paul Weaver to regional managing director of the south east region.

The Project Centre has appointed senior engineer Les Henry to its traffic and transportation team. Henry is responsible for development control in relation to lighting and traffic implications within planning applications.

Water and environmental consultant WRc celebrates its 75th birthday on 18 July.

Norfolk County Council has appointed a new director of planning and transportation, Tim Malynn. Malynn takes over from Martin Shaw who recently retired.

Cambridgeshire county councillor Shona Johnstone, who is also a cabinet member for environment and transport, has been asked to join the government's National Cycling Strategy Board.

David Harvey has succeeded Richard Wigginton as president of the County Surveyors Society.

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