Bunting becomes Revo president & Mark Robinson announced as junior vice president
Posted by Property Week on 8th Dec 2016
GL Hearn planning director Giulia Bunting was installed as Revo president at last night’s Revo Annual Dinner and Gold Awards presentation.
Giulia takes over from outgoing Revo president, Mark Bourgeois and will be supported in her role by The Hark Group’s Mark Williams as vice president.
Bunting is one of the UK’s leading planning consultants with 35 years’ experience of influencing and delivering some of the country’s largest urban regeneration projects, including Liverpool One, Grand Arcade, Cambridge and Cabot Circus, Bristol.
“Having been involved in this industry for many years it is a huge privilege to be taking up the role of president of Revo as it re-positions itself to be the organisation representing the whole retail property and placemaking community,” she said.
Mark Robinson, property director at Ellandi will be the new junior vice president and will become president in 2018.
“I look forward to working with Giulia and Mark Williams over the next couple of years to help further establish Revo at the heart of the retail property community,” he said.