Matthews & Goodman Extends Northern Property Management Capability With Two New Appointments
Matthews & Goodman, one of the country’s leading property consultancies, has enhanced its Northern Property Management capability with the appointments of Mark Williamson and Rebecca Rouse.
Based in Manchester, the new appointees will be responsible for looking after clients’ property interests across the North of England and Scotland.
Prior to joining Matthews & Goodman Mark Williamson, who has almost 25 years’ experience of managing retail, office and industrial portfolios, was responsible for managing the property assets for Solutus - the integrated loan servicing and advisory firm which provides a range of services to providers of commercial real estate debt. His experience includes Asset Management and Property Management,.
Rebecca Rouse, an experienced Property Manager was previously with Melbourne based Centuria Capital, an ASX-listed specialist investment firm and Cushman & Wakefield in Manchester. Whilst at C&W’s, she was part of the Global Occupier Services Team, which was responsible for managing over 200 DWP properties in Scotland and the North of England.
“We are delighted to welcome Mark and Rebeca to the team as their appointment is a key element of the strategic evolution of our offer, designed to help clients optimise the return on their property interests, especially during these unprecedented trading conditions” said Phil Winckles, Partner and Head of Mathews & Goodman’s Northern Professional Teams.
“Having worked both in an advisory and in-house role, Mark’s property and asset management experience and expertise will add an extra dimension to our Property Management team’s overall capability.
“Rebecca’s appointment underpins our proven Property Management capability. Having worked on a variety of properties including a disparate government portfolio, we know that she has the technical skills, the temperament and the organisational expertise to ensure that our clients’ costs and liabilities are well managed.”