Town Centre Securities PLC appoints new head of residential

Pictured are Nina Barker and Craig Burrow. Photograph by Richard Walker/ImageNorth

Leeds-based property investor and car parking operator, Town Centre Securities PLC (TCS), has announced a new senior appointment as the company aligns for future growth within the residential sector.

Nina Barker, who has 20 years of residential experience working with a number of high-profile businesses across Leeds and Manchester, has been appointed as head of residential, joining TCS from her previous role as head of northern residential sales and marketing at CBRE.

Covering schemes nationally, Nina will be using her experience to implement a new residential development strategy in conjunction with newly appointed development director Craig Burrow, with a view to further expanding on recent residential successes within the TCS portfolio.

In addition, Nina will also be reviewing and implementing the necessary management and leasing structure for existing residential assets and supporting residential refurbishment schemes.

Craig Burrow, development director at Town Centre Securities, said: “We are delighted to welcome Nina who brings a wealth of experience to her new role managing our residential property portfolio.

“TCS’s first private rented sector project in Manchester’s Piccadilly Basin, Burlington House, has been a huge success and we are looking at further opportunities across our extensive development portfolio in Manchester and Leeds. Nina’s experience will further strengthen our experienced team as we prepare for future growth.”

Nina said: “I’m excited to be joining the team at TCS at a time when the residential portfolio is looking to further expand. The residential market has proved its resilience during the pandemic and I’m looking forward to being a part of the business’s ambitions across the Residential sector.”

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