Opus Land - a joint venture partner in the #150 million development of the 95-acre Hub scheme in Birmingham and the #40 million TRW Automotive site in Shirley - is making four new appointments.
At the firm?s Henley-in-Arden base, Hannah Martyr becomes graduate development surveyor after spending a year with the company working on the Hub and TWR projects.
Also in Henley, head of project management Michael Alldrit has been appointed to the Opus Land board, after four years with the company since its inception in 2000.
A chartered surveyor, Mr Alldrit is a design award winner as well as a past chairman of the RICS West Midlands Building Surveyors Division.
At Opus?s new Ilkley office, the Yorkshire team welcomes Neil Creeney, who becomes development surveyor, working exclusively on the #400 million development of the Days Inn brand across the UK with US hotel franchisor Cendant Corporation.
Also in Ilkely, newly appointed asset manager Angela Duggan will take care of the firm?s many investments in both office and industrial sectors.
Headquartered in Henley-in-Arden, with offices in Yorkshire and London, Opus Land is one of the most active commercial property development companies in the UK. It has a development programme of nearly 4 million sq ft, providing an investment value in excess of #500 million.