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Mark Hirst (M) has rejoined Symonds as an associate director based in the group's London office.

He will actively pursue multidisciplinary opportunities primarily for the private sector development industry in environmental and engineering spheres.

Peter Walsh (M), a consultant with Bullen Consultants, has begun his two year term as president of the British Hydrological Society.

Following the acquisition of Jeffrey Try Consulting Engineers by Clarke Bond Group, Jeffrey Try been appointed a regional director of Clarke Bond Investigations, based in the Group's Exeter office. This office has been further strengthened by the arrival of Cliance Godwin (M) who takes over as regional director following the recent retirement of Gordon Cox.

Alan Bramwell succeeded Peter Dorber as chairman of the Lancashire & Cheshire branch of the Institution of Structural Engineers on 5 October. Bramwell is a director of Clancy Consulting based at the Altrincham office.

The Construction Best Practice Programme has appointed Brian Moone as its new director. He previously worked on the programme as head of company engagement.

Docklands Light Railway has appointed Howard Smith as general manager.

Partnership Sourcing has appointed Les Pyle as its new director general from 1 November.

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