New faces move into Bath firms
Several new faces have arrived on the business scene in Bath.
Dr Philip Griffiths has joined as a lawyer at solicitors' firm Rubric.
Dr Griffiths brings more than 20 years' experience, having previously worked for Bristol firm Bevan Ashford and Bath law firm Alderwicks.
He said: "This new role allows me to focus on what I enjoy most about practising law: doing challenging work, understanding clients' businesses and being their adviser as well as their lawyer."
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At lettings agency Allen & Harris Louisa Pick has been appointed as new lettings manager covering the Bath area.
Ms Pick has moved to Bath after four years at a lettings agency in London.
She said: "I am delighted to have taken the helm at Allen & Harris.
"I am relishing the challenge here and hope that my experience, fresh ideas and new approach will make Allen & Harris the agent of choice for landlords and tenants in the Bath area."
Go Travel Solutions, the sustainable transport consultancy, has appointed Cliff Jones as a senior consultant to head up its new UK South office in Bath at Green Park Station, South Vaults.
Mr Jones has more than ten years' experience working in travel planning, sustainable transport and integrated transport, working within highway authorities and businesses.
He said: "I am delighted to be joining such a well-respected and dynamic consultancy team.
"I look forward to helping even more companies and organisations to make a positive change in their travel behaviour; saving them money and time, while cutting traffic congestion and reducing carbon emissions."