Legget steps up as Mulbury director

The residential developer has promoted Nick Legget to the role of development director, from senior development manager.

Legget has helped lead the delivery of the company’s city centre schemes in Manchester, including the 143-apartment Blossom Street private rental sector project in the Northern Quarter, and its first PRS scheme The Astley in Ancoats.

The former, which sits on the corner of Blossom Street and Great Ancoats Street and is being delivered on behalf of DTZ Investors, is nearing completion having topped out last year.


The company also has a planning application in to build 378 apartments across three schemes in Oldham Road, Bendix Street and Goulden Street in Manchester’s New Cross.

Legget joined Cheshire-based Mulbury in 2017. In his new role, he will play a more prominent role in Mulbury’s other development activity, including its low-rise open market schemes and affordable housing developments, the company said.

Greg Mulligan, co-founder and director of Mulbury, said: “Nick has been instrumental in our recent success in developing in the city centre.

“He will continue to play a key part in our future aspirations, both in the city and by using his commercial expertise to add value to our wider residential activity that is delivering hundreds of new homes across the North West.”

Legget added: “My three years at Mulbury have been an incredible ride, working in one of the fastest developing cities worldwide and seeing the skyline changing.

“I’m proud to have been given the opportunity of a more senior role at Mulbury and to be working on projects that will contribute to the ongoing regeneration not just of Manchester but the wider region, too.”

Mulbury is on site with 10 other residential developments across the region, for both private residential and affordable homes. It was founded in 2010 by Mulligan and director Martin Bury.






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