Retail trade body Revo has created a new strategic board which will contain the chairman of Urban Splash, Tom Bloxham MBE, Cushman & Wakefield’s Justin Taylor and JLL’s Tim Vallance.
The strategic board will be led by Mark Williams, principal at Hark and current vice-president of Revo, and will steer its work going forward including its active role advising government on the what’s needed to support investment in the UK’s towns, cities and other urban areas.
The members of the new strategic board will be drawn from companies from the residential, leisure; and urban design sectors as well as joined by retail property owners, local authorities, occupiers and the consultancies that support them.
Members of the board include:
Ed Cooke, chief executive of Revo, said: “It has been 12 months since we re-branded from BCSC to Revo, part of a clear strategy to support all businesses in the retail property and place-making sector to enable them to thrive and prosper through our influence, networks, thought leadership and benchmarks. Having this strategic board to support us is a key milestone in our journey.
“The calibre and diversity of the group is a symbol of the innovation and leadership that exists in our industry. Given the current political and market environment in which we find ourselves, I’m confident we have the right people, supported by the wider membership, to ensure our sector continues to adapt and flourish, creating value for businesses and the communities they serve.
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