New appointment continues midlands growth

15.01.24 2 min read by Iona MacRury

We have recently appointed Elliot Sellars as Project Director in the Midlands.

Elliot brings over 20 years’ regeneration experience to Muse, having previously held senior roles at St Modwen Developments and Birmingham City University.

With experience delivering nationally significant regeneration and working in partnership with the public and private sector, Elliot will support the delivery of Muse’s regional pipeline. This includes the £3.2bn Arden Cross regeneration scheme, as well as City Centre West in Wolverhampton, and Mell Square in Solihull.

Elliot’s appointment follows a quartet of new hires in Muse’s Midlands team at the end of 2023, along with a new Birmingham city centre office.

Maggie Grogan, Managing Director at Muse – Midlands, said:

Elliot is an experienced and dedicated regeneration specialist who is set to play a key role supporting our pipeline and regional growth. ”

Maggie also said: “Elliot understands the region and will help shape an important year for our business, in which we are focused on delivery alongside our partners.”

Elliot Sellars, Midlands Project Director at Muse, said:

“I am delighted to be joining Muse and supporting the business’ growth in the Midlands. Muse has an exciting and ambitious portfolio which will be transformative for the region. I’m looking forward to working with the expert team, to create partnership led place-changing regeneration.”

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