(Pictured from left to right: Henry Foreman, David Justice, Nick Symons, Rob Williams, Filippa Mudd)
Rob Williams, Filippa Mudd and Henry Foreman have joined the consultancy from BNP Paribas Real
Estate where they worked on a mix of institutional, developer and local authority owned high street,
retail and leisure destinations. These included the likes of Cambridge, Camberley, Shrewsbury,
Solihull, Newbury and Windsor as well as the regeneration of City Centres such as Coventry and
The trio have in excess of 50 years of urban regeneration, town centre development and leasing
experience with a particular focus on advising numerous landlords and local authorities on
redeveloping and repurposing existing assets, as well as working alongside investment teams in
purchasing new ones. All three will be adding their expertise to MMX’s existing services which includes
specialist advice ranging from leasing, redevelopment, acquisitions and disposals, to guidance on a
huge variety of alternative uses for assets and how they can be repurposed and adapted to align with
the changing needs of local communities.
Last year MMX celebrated its 10-year anniversary during which time it has had to adapt to significant
changes in the sector including fundamental shifts in shopping and leisure patterns and currently the
Covid-19 pandemic and its undoubted legacy. MMX’s market knowledge and insightful strategic
advice has allowed it to ensure that its clients always remain one step ahead of the game.
David Justice, partner at MMX Retail, said: “We are delighted to welcome such high calibre
colleagues, as Rob and his team, to MMX. Their skills will combine well with the knowledge and
experience of our existing team.
“Smaller consultancy agencies, such as MMX, have a vital role to play as the property industry
continues to navigate the choppy waters caused, not only by the pandemic, but wider ongoing
property industry issues as well, which is why we continue to have the best team in place to support
our wide variety of national and international clients.
“Despite the perceived doom and gloom, there is a lot to be positive about, and as the brief break
from lockdown before Christmas proved, the public still wants to visit retail focussed venues, whether
it is for shopping, leisure, work or for meeting up with family and friends.”
Rob Williams, partner at MMX Retail, said: “Over the last few years I have worked closely with MMX
on a number of major projects, so I’m delighted to be joining their wonderful team. I know first-hand
the value of the advice that MMX provides for its clients and I hope that Filippa, Henry and I will be
able to further add to that expert insight that the team offers.
“I am particularly excited to be working with clients on how to continue to improve a wide breadth of
locations including regional centres, town & city centres, multi-use schemes, leisure and out of town
venues to help ensure they provide the right mix of amenities that support, entice and create
interaction with their local communities.”
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