Andy Delaney, former head of the consultant’s Liverpool office, has left the company to join Aspinall Verdi as a director.
Delaney led the Colliers office in Liverpool since its establishment in 2015, and spent nine years with the consultant, having joined from Lambert Smith Hampton in 2010 as a director in its Manchester office.
In Liverpool, Delaney headed up a team of seven; following his departure, Sophie Attwood has taken over as office lead.
Delaney is now a director at Leeds and London-based consultant Aspinall Verdi, which specialises in regeneration and development and employs a team of 12.
In his previous role at LSH, he was a director in the consultant’s planning, development, and regeneration team, and Delaney also previously held roles with DTZ and BE Group.
A Colliers spokesperson said: “We wish Andy the best for the future and thank him for his support in building Colliers’ presence in Liverpool over the last four years.
“Office head, Sophie Attwood will continue to drive forward our business plan for the city region, working with the wider Liverpool team and colleagues across the Northern Powerhouse region to exceed the expectations of our clients and generate new relationships.”