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Tammy Scullion

Graduate Planner

How long have you worked at Pye?

I’ve only been here six weeks, but I’ve learnt so much already. Everybody I’ve met has been kind and welcomingfrom my very first interview with Roger File (Head of Property) and Mark Utting (Planning Manager) where we immediately got lost in conversation about Greenscribingto new colleagues I’m meeting daily. I already feel like it’s a good fit for me.  

Tell us a bit about your role:

My role is incredibly varied, and I relish new challenges every day. In the morning I might be working on site appraisals for our new Communities or Land opportunities (covering everything from policy research to submitting planning applications) and in the afternoon I might be working on neighbourhood plans such as expanding local schools or improving highways. Not only is the role varied, but I work with a diversity of professionals from civil engineers to environmental consultants.

What is your career highlight/most memorable moment so far?

I would say that submitting not one, but three planning applications in one week recently was my biggest achievement to date. Planning applications are arduous and anyone who’s worked remotely closely with planning will understand the requirements involved and how complex a task they can be, so three in a week was certainly a challenge but has only fuelled my desire to learn and accomplish more within the Planning team.