Muse continues growth with trio of senior hires across the country

18.04.24 2 min read by Iona MacRury

We have continued to grow strongly across the country with three new senior hires across our regional teams in the North West, Midlands, and South.

Richard Kelly has been appointed as Project Director in the North West. Richard arrives with over 20 years’ industry experience working in partnership with the public and private sector to deliver homes, student accommodation, offices, and public spaces. Most recently he was project lead at Zerum where he supported the delivery of the landmark £400m St Michael’s regeneration in Manchester city centre.

Richard Kelly, Project Director at Muse – North West, said:

Joining the team in the North West is an opportunity to have a real impact on communities, support the continued growth of the business, and work with an outstanding team.”

Cate arrives with nearly 10 years’ experience delivering new places throughout the Midlands. Joining from Cordia UK, Cate supported the delivery of a range of residential and mixed-use regeneration schemes across Birmingham.

Cate Howe, Senior Project Manager at Muse – Midlands, said:

Muse has a strong vision for the Midlands, and is passionate about delivering social value and sustainable new places across the region.”

“I am looking forward to playing a role in driving forward an exciting portfolio of large-scale regeneration, alongside Muse’s exceptional team.”

We have also continued to grow our team in the South with the appointment of Tom Jackson as Senior Development Manager. With over 20 years’ regeneration experience, Tom will join us from Linkcity.

With extensive regeneration and placemaking experience, Tom has supported delivery of the £300m Tustin Estate regeneration, which is delivering nearly 700 new homes in Southwark.

Tom Jackson, Senior Development Manager at Muse – South, said:

Muse has a well-earned reputation across the industry as a great partner for regeneration and placemaking. ”

“Working with partners we can deliver great things for communities. I’m looking forward to unlocking opportunity across the region.”

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