Peter Openshaw is Urban Vision’s Operations Director and is responsible for the day to day running of Urban Vision, including all business activities associated with the multi disciplinary business units within the company.
Previous to becoming Operations Director, Peter was responsible for a full range of Property Services at Urban Vision including Acquisition & Disposals, Commercial Property Management and Regeneration Initiatives, Rating, Asset Management, Compulsory Purchase and Valuation advice.
Peter is a highly skilled and experienced Property Manager with expertise in delivering a quality service to clients and meeting client aspirations within defined cost, time and quality constraints.
Peter’s experience involves:
• Management and delivery of comprehensive Property Services solutions in relation to Strategic Advice, Acquisitions, Disposals, Compulsory Purchase, Regeneration, Asset Planning, Management and Rating for both public and private clients.
• Creation, implementation and management of Major Regeneration Partnerships and Projects.
• Growing the public sector business and management of key client relationships.
• Experience of partnership working with EP, NWDA and Salford’s Urban Regeneration Company in relation to major regeneration initiatives.
“My principal objective is to continuously drive Urban Vision forwards and deliver demonstrable and added value to our clients. Our highly qualified and experienced teams have been busy across a wide range of projects; some of the key services we provide are highly visual such as Architecture and Landscape Design, whilst others provide the foundation needed to ensure schemes are a success by ensuring land is acquired or sold.
We have designed award winning schemes such as River View Primary School, created a new vision for Bexley Square on Chapel Street in Salford, restored Eccles Carnegie Library and transformed Ordsall Hall. These are to name just a few high impact projects we have been involved with over the last year and look forward to working on many new projects in 2013.”