Andrew Day, Catella APAM, p APAM

Andrew Day has become a senior director at Bankfoot APAM. Credit: via APAM

Bankfoot APAM makes senior director appointment

Andrew Day makes the move from head of asset management in the North with the development manager, a JV between Bankfoot Developments and Catella APAM.

Including two years spent in his role with Catella APAM, Day has 14 years’ property and development management experience gained across spells as an asset manager at St Modwen Developments, and as a senior asset manager with Derwent Estates.

Chris Moore, managing director of Bankfoot APAM, said: “His extensive experience and deep understanding of the real estate market will be invaluable as we pursue our ambitious growth plans.

“Andrew’s appointment comes at a pivotal time for Bankfoot APAM, with GMPF’s £200m expansion of Salford’s Soapworks and the Britannia Invest A/S redevelopment of the One Friary building in Temple Quay both entering key delivery stages.

“We look forward to working closely with Andrew to drive success and deliver exceptional outcomes for our clients. “

Day expressed added: “Returning to the realm of development management at Bankfoot APAM is an exciting opportunity.

“I look forward to leveraging my experience to contribute to the company’s expansion, capitalising on emerging opportunities in the North West, and to continue to provide real estate solutions for both our existing and future clients.”

Simon Cooke, founding director of Catella APAM, said: “Andrew’s transition underscores our commitment to delivering a first class, fully integrated development management service alongside our investment and asset management offering.

“With Andrew’s experience, Bankfoot APAM is even better placed to capitalise on redevelopment and regeneration opportunities, solidifying its position as a leading development manager.”

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