NEWLY RE-BRANDED QUEENSBERRY EXPANDS TEAM
Thursday 6th October 2016
Queensberry, has announced that it has grown its team with three new appointments. The news coincides with the company’s re-brand to mark its five-year anniversary. To support the continued growth and new corporate brand, Queensberry has appointed Jocelyn Holmes as Senior Leasing Manager and James Coulsey as Project Manager, while Leesa Ingham joins the marketing team as Project Marketing Director.
Jocelyn joins Queensberry from GCW Retail Property Consultants, where she was an Associate Director working on Shopping Centre leasing. Jocelyn will be working on various projects such as the retail regeneration underway in Barnsley for Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council and the £480 million Sheffield Retail Quarter on behalf Sheffield City Council.
Joining from McLaren Construction Group, James will be overseeing a range of projects, including Angel Central, Islington and Queensberry’s activities in Barnsley. James will apply his extensive experience and knowledge in running complex projects in different sectors, from high end residential to commercial offices.
Leesa joins with 20 years’ experience in marketing within the property sector. She will be working on the marketing and communications for Queensberry’s varied development and asset management portfolio by creating value from effective, authentic and aspirational destination marketing.
Paul Sargent, Chief Executive and Co-Founder of Queensberry:
Over the last five years Queensberry has undergone a planned programme of expansion and we now have a team of 18 with a diverse range of experience and skills in urban regeneration and mixed use development. Each of these individuals give Queensberry its unique personality by coming together and delivering consistently high results time and again. Going forward, it's all about celebrating our new name and growing the team further".
As part of the re-brand, Queensberry has introduced ‘The Queensberry Rules’ which set out its company culture and will inform the way it operates going forward.