Maggie Grogan Muse Developments

Muse expands development team

Sarah Townsend

The company has appointed Maggie Grogan, former development lead at DeTrafford, as senior development surveyor in the North West team.

Based in Muse Developments’ Manchester office, Grogan will work across the developer’s growing portfolio of schemes across the region, which include the regeneration of Birkenhead town centre, Time Square in Warrington, Chester’s One City Place and New Victoria in Manchester.

In particular, she will work to bring public and private sector partners together to drive economic and social growth.

Prior to her appointment at Muse, Grogan was development lead at DeTrafford, a developer that is building projects in Manchester such as the £94m Gallery Gardens scheme on Chester Road. Grogan left the company in April.

Before that, she was development manager at PRS operator Vita Group, and, earlier, she worked as development manager for the now-collapsed contractor Carillion Group for seven years.

Phil Mayall, regional director at Muse, said: “Maggie…will add her considerable experience to our growing portfolio of schemes across the region.

“We have been focused on delivering our schemes safely and in line with government guidance, while making sure that we’re primed and ready for the road ahead.

“The country’s economic recovery will come from our towns and cities and we’re working hard to support our partners to help them achieve their regeneration aspirations.”

Grogan added: “I’m excited to join a developer like Muse, which has a long track record of delivering schemes that are both innovative in design and have real purpose to benefit communities.

“Muse has a strong pipeline of exciting projects across the region and I’m looking forward to the challenge as we kick on in the second half of the year.”

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we object to the Wirral council spending £ 8 million of taxpayers money in Birkenhead to purchase the VUE CINEMA complex to demolish it along with Europa pools swimming centre later this year 2020 also paid for by local taxpayers at £ 3million + £ 3 million EU FUNDING FOR THE benefit of locals & the rest of Merseyside .Why do we have to forfeit so much in our town on the pretence of redevelopment We have a petition of over 1,200 to keep Europa Pools open but modernise it, and Vue Cinema can be refitted as a bowling alley and more for the benefit of the town & Merseyside.. this is taxpayers money not your,s to throw away lots more consultations must take place 9am to 5pm for 6 days in one place I,E empty shop on precinct not in lost locations like last time. It does not add up, wasting £ 14m of tax payers money in order to redevelop the town you lot must be having a laugh. This will not be tolerated by the townspeople ,wait until people find out that is just a fraction of wasted taxpayers money for no real gain to the local population this will go to the secretary of state if need be, welcome ms m Grogan

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