Starting in August, Dave Saville will oversee the strategic plans for the construction company in the North West, Yorkshire and the North East.
Chris Harrison and Emma Reynolds have been promoted to partners at the global property consultancy’s Manchester office.
Former Property Alliance director Lee Charnley has joined the industrial specialist as a part-time development consultant.
Chris Garratt has joined the planning consultancy, bringing with him more than 18 years of experience.
Tony Reeves has resigned after a tumultuous four years at Liverpool City Council, leaving the authority without a chief executive in the midst of a major rebuilding process.
Deputy chief executive Jacque Allen will act as interim chief executive while Your Housing Group begins a formal search for Brian Cronin’s replacement.
Reeves said he was “sad to be leaving Liverpool City Council” but was proud of the progress the city had made.
The two international design consultancies will combine in a deal that is expected to complete later this year.
Blacksmith Freight has signed a three-year lease with Manchester Airport Group to expand its space at World Freight Terminal, where the logistics business already has a 12,000 sq ft office and warehouse.
James Dickinson and John Nash will become the new owners of the Manchester-based office agency, taking over from founders Mark Canning and Conrad O’Neill.
Alex Smith has been promoted to partner after nearly 16 years with the architectural firm.
I think it is fair to say that we are all aware of the increasing costs and shortage in the supply of goods and materials, writes Jahanara Hussain of TLT.
Chris Severs will boost the property consultancy’s business rates expertise.
Wilde Consultants has appointed Geoff Rydill as highways director at its recently opened Liverpool office.
Jonathan Moore has joined the consulting giant as head of project programme and cost management covering the North and Midlands after 30-plus years with Arcadis.
The industrial property agency is the latest company to make the switch to an employee-owned business.
Sam Scott will take over the leadership role from Liz Haworth, who is retiring after three years with the housing association.
Peel L&P has let a 9,000 sq ft unit at the Liverpool trade park to All The Shapes Tile & Co, taking the scheme to 100% occupancy.
Oregon-based Otak, part of the HanmiGlobal Group, has taken a controlling stake in the Manchester-based construction consultancy with a view to growing its UK presence.
Caroline Taylor has returned to the Manchester-based architecture firm after six months with Morgan Sindall Construction.
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