Bringing nearly 20 years’ development experience, Mark was previously the director responsible for redeveloping and repurposing a £400 million portfolio of commercial assets within Lothbury Investment Managements flagship fund. Prior to his time at Lothbury IM, Mark worked in the regeneration and residential teams at Avison Young in Manchester.
He will lead on Salford Crescent – a truly connected, sustainable and inclusive place, which will create thousands of new homes, innovation and business space, shops, amenities and a new multi-modal transport hub with active travel at its heart, set within vast areas of green space – delivered by The English Cities Fund (ECF). ECF is a joint venture between Muse, Homes England and Legal & General which is bringing transformational regeneration to Salford and St Helens.
Board director Phil Mayall, said on the appointment: “I’m absolutely delighted to welcome Mark to Muse, who joins at a really exciting time for the business. Mark is an excellent fit for the team, bringing a wealth of experience and a real passion for creating vibrant, sustainable places for communities.”
Mark added: “I’m incredibly excited to be joining Muse, a best in-class regeneration expert creating great places across the North West and UK. I’m looking forward to returning to the region and working with the incredibly talented team here to make a positive impact on the communities we work in.”
For more information about Muse, visit their website.