Double coup for Muse as Wright and Allan join Southern team
Muse Developments is delighted to announce that Elizabeth Wright and Robert Allan have joined Muse’s southern team at Soho Square, as part of the business’ continued strategic expansion.
Elizabeth joins the business as a senior development manager from London & Regional, where she focussed on delivery of a range of hotel schemes in the UK and Greece. Prior to this, Elizabeth worked for Homes England and Countryside Properties, delivering a number of residential schemes, including the regeneration of St Mary’s Island, Chatham - a new community of over 1,750 new homes.
Robert joins the team as a development director from Cain International, having previously worked at Hammerson and Derwent London. He has considerable experience in leading on major mixed-use schemes across Greater London and beyond, most recently, The Stage, a high-profile, 2.5-acre development in Shoreditch, comprising two office buildings, 412 homes, alongside retail and restaurant space.
On the appointments, board director, Mike Auger, said: "I’m delighted to welcome both Elizabeth and Robert to the team, as we expand our portfolio across the region and seek to bring forward first-class schemes that deliver direct benefits to communities at pace.
“Elizabeth and Robert are joining the business at an exciting time and their experience will be vital to our collective success. We have a tenacious team, all passionate about working in partnership to deliver place-changing regeneration that drives investment, opportunities and prosperity for all.”
Elizabeth, said: “I’m really excited to be joining this thriving business and add value to its social purpose. There are some really innovative and inspiring project ongoing, as well as some great opportunities in the pipeline and I’m really enjoying getting stuck into it and getting to know the rest of the team.”
Robert, added: “I’m delighted to join the team at Muse Developments, to help drive forward economic and social value through regeneration as the business looks to expand its reach in the South.”