The regeneration consultancy has made two appointments to its office in the city, with Richard Grocott and Jessica Lowe joining Andy Delaney’s team.
Founded in 2009 by chairman Atam Verdi and managing director Ben Aspinall, the copany’s headcount now stands at 23 across its headquarters in Leeds and regional offices in London and Liverpool, the latter headed since 2019 by ex-Colliers and Lambert Smith Hampton man Delaney.
Grocott, who has joined as consultant, has most recently spent four years in the Westminster office of Fylde MP Mark Menzies, with work including support for a successful bid by Fylde Council for Kirkham to secure almost £6.3m from the Government’s Future High Streets Fund.
Like Grocott, Lowe is a graduate of Liverpool John Moores University and is also completing her MSc in real estate at the university. She is also listed as a consultant.
Delaney said: “I’m delighted that Richard and Jess have joined the Liverpool office and I look forward to seeing them develop their careers in real estate.
“The political angle is a very important part of regeneration and planning, so Richard’s political experience is a really interesting addition to the company’s collective skill set. Jess has hit the ground running and will be a great addition to the team.”