Mulbury has bolstered its city centre development expertise with the appointment of two new development managers.
The company has appointed Jamie Sutton as development manager, while Adam Turner joins as assistant development manager.
Jamie, who lives in Knutsford, joins from RLB where he worked for five years as an associate delivering residential and commercial schemes worth up to £30million, including working alongside Mulbury on its Excelsior Works development of 108 luxury apartments in Castlefield which completed in 2020.
He will help to deliver the recently approved Oldham Road and Bendix Street apartment developments in Manchester’s New Cross district which between them will deliver over 300 apartments.
Mulbury is now on site at Oldham Road having agreed a £32m forward funding deal with Cheyne Capital in January.
Meanwhile Adam will manage a third New Cross development, the 73 apartments planned for the former Goulden Street police, fire and ambulance station, now named Peelers Yard.
Adam, from Newton-le-Willows, has eight years’ quantity surveying experience, including five years at Taylor Wimpey where he delivered over 600 homes with a value worth £50m.
Nick Legget, development director at Mulbury and head of the company’s Mulbury City division, said: “Jamie and Adam have a wealth of knowledge and experience delivering high-value and high-quality schemes. Their appointments really bolster our city centre capacity and capabilities.
“They’ll be instrumental in helping Mulbury deliver its strong pipeline of key city centre developments, including almost 400 new homes in the heart of New Cross.”