C&C director makes Muse move 

Max Bentham has joined Muse’s North West office as senior development surveyor after a six-and-a-half-year stint with Manchester-based developer Capital & Centric. 

He will initially focus on the company’s Salford projects. Muse is bringing forward several projects in the city, including the regeneration of Salford Crescent and the New Bailey mixed-use scheme, both of which the firm is delivering as part of the English Cities Fund joint venture with Homes England and Legal & General. 

Bentham has spent the last two-and-a-half years as a director at Capital & Centric, having joined the firm as a developer in 2014. 

During his time at Capital & Centric, Bentham worked on schemes including Foundry, a 44,000 sq ft workspace in Salford, and Ducie Street Warehouse, a 122,000 sq ft aparthotel, restaurant and office development in Manchester. 

Between 2006 and 2011, he worked as a development surveyor at Urban Splash. 

Muse Developments’ board director Phil Mayall said: “Max will be coming into the business at an exciting time, as we expand our portfolio and mix of schemes in the region, working on some truly game-changing developments.” 

Bentham said: “Muse is leading the way in investing in the region’s communities and delivering innovative schemes with purpose in partnership. 

“Muse has a strong pipeline across the North West and I’m looking forward to the challenge of working for one of the best in the industry during this period of growth.” 

Bentham’s appointment takes the headcount in Muse’s North West office to 35

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Talented human being and a great addition for Muse.

By Mancentric

Top bloke, great move!

By Mancmoves

Fantastic person and a real asset, congratulations Max!

By Andy Peters

Good luck Max!

By Anonymous

Credit to C&C and will be a credit to Muse. Good luck Max

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