Emma Courtney, Cole Waterhouse, p Inform Communications

Emma Courtney will be based at Cole Waterhouse's Manchester office. Credit: via Inform Communications

Cole Waterhouse appoints asset manager

Emma Courtney has joined the developer from her previous role at Mileway, where she worked for two years.

Courtney brings more than six years of experience to her new role as asset manager at Cole Waterhouse, where she will be based in the firm’s Manchester office.

As asset manager, Courtney will support the company’s residential and industrial and logistic development teams on the completion and management of a number of live projects, as well as taking the lead on ESG strategy.

Starting out her career as an assistant surveyor at WT Gunson, Courtney has also held the position of asset manager at Hansteen Holdings and Mileway.

Courtney shared her excitement at joining Cole Waterhouse at a time when the company has both exciting live schemes and a strong pipeline of future developments.

“I have a real passion for asset management with a focus on the increasing importance of ESG,” she said.

“We have both Eda and Konect 62 as assets that need management support, lease management, marketing, and lettings strategy development, so I’ll be working closely with the property delivery team and our experienced agents and advisors to maximise the opportunities they present.”

Chief executive Damian Flood added: “Emma will be invaluable in helping manage these key assets and to maximise the return for our investors, JV partners, and deliver the best experience for our occupiers and residents.”

Last month, Cole Waterhouse and JV partner Taurus Investment Holdings announced the completion of Eda, a 29-storey, 290 apartment BTR scheme.

The firm is based in Manchester, with a second office in London.

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