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JLL strengthens valuation and lease advisory teams

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JLL has made two new senior hires in its Manchester-based valuation and lease advisory teams.

Philip Corrigan has joined as an associate director in the consultant’s valuation advisory team. Philip joins from Knight Frank with 10 years’ experience specialising in the residential valuations sector. His appointment is set to strengthen JLL’s development and mixed-use valuation capabilities and he will work with clients on schemes including Circle Square, St John’s and Great Northern.

JLL’s Manchester commercial valuation team comprises 13 consultants making it one of the largest of its kind outside of London.

Tim Luckman, director, valuation advisory at JLL, said: “Manchester has an exceptionally active property development market. This is translating into demand for a variety of specialist valuation services and a wealth of opportunity for our team as a result.”

Meanwhile, Jonathon Powers has been appointed as an associate director in JLL’s lease advisory team, where he’ll be providing clients with consultancy on lease structures, rent reviews and renewals. Jonathon joins from commercial property agency GVA with 14 years’ experience working across a range of sectors. Clients of JLL’s lease advisory business include the Department for Work and Pensions, major retailers and a range of independent property companies and occupiers in the North West.

David Lathwood, lead director at JLL, said: “Jonathon and Philip each bring a wealth of experience to our specialist teams, and will help us to deliver expert consultancy to our roster of international, blue-chip clients.”

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