Welcome to Chris Collins and Stephanie Render

Potter Space is delighted to welcome two new hires to our senior team.

Chris Collins has come on board as head of asset management, bringing with him broad experience that includes building refurbishment and development projects, including the Manchester Picadilly Basin. Chris has a particular focus in generating social value and driving regeneration for local areas, both of which are key areas of focus as we head into 2023.

Stephanie Render has also joined our team as marketing and communications manager. With over 11 years of experience in marketing and communications in the residential property sector, her role will include building out and developing our marketing function to support our plans for growth. Additionally, Stephanie will lead marketing activities and spearhead campaigns focused on brand awareness, acquisitions, leasing and asset management.

Chris said, “Joining any team in the middle of a period of growth is a challenging – and rewarding – task. My role in supporting the development of our business parks is already keeping me busy as we launch our new units at Droitwich. I’m incredibly keen to draw on my past experience to help support the growth of Potter Space and build long lasting relationships with our tenants.”

Stephanie said, “Building up the marketing department is a challenge I really relish, and I look forward to doing so at this exciting time for Potter Space. The key focus within my role is to develop and deliver our ambitious marketing plan as we aim to expand our offering within the industrial and logistics property sector.”

We wish them both all the very best in their new roles and look forward to working with them as Potter Space enters this exciting new period.

To find out more about the Potter Space Team, click here

Photograph: (L to R) Stephanie Render and Chris Collins


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