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The Momentum Group expands south

North West property services company, The Momentum Group, has been appointed by real estate investment manager, Redevco, to deliver property management services for the White Lion Walk Shopping Centre in Guildford.

The 48,000 sq ft shopping centre will be managed by The Momentum Group’s Property Management team – Momentum Manage – and follows the completion of a number of successful projects for Redevco by the Group’s Manage, Build and Maintain divisions.

Redevco’s appointment of The Momentum Group follows its £8 million investment to transform White Lion Walk Shopping Centre into Guildford’s most dynamic retail, leisure and office destination. Working alongside award-winning architects, Corstorphine & Wright, the shopping centre has undergone a substantial transformation.

White Lion Walk Shopping Centre is Momentum Manage’s second development in Guildford, joining the team’s management of Bramley House on behalf of property investors, Yakel.

Chris Bliss and Chris Renshaw, co-founders and Directors of The Momentum Group, said: “We are delighted our great working relationship with Redevco is extending from Liverpool to White Lion Walk in Guildford.  The centre has been transformed, so now is a key time to be joining the team to maximise the value of Redevco’s investment.  This second win in the south of England is also an important step in our expansion plans, creating a great platform from which we can grow our geographical reach.”

The appointment follows The Momentum Group’s strengthening of its senior leadership team with the appointment of Yvonne Emmett Cannell and Ian O’Doherty to its board. Both join as advisors to The Momentum Group’s co-founders, Chris Bliss and Chris Renshaw, and will help shape the company as it moves into phase two of its growth.

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