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JLL reinforces UK Workplace Consultancy team with new recruits


JLL has made three new appointments to its UK Workplace Consultancy team which advises clients on how to redefine their work styles in order to create space-efficient and cost effective workplaces that enhance business performance.

Trevor Alldridge will head JLL’s UK Workplace Consultancy team based in the firm’s Warwick Street headquarters.  Trevor was previously managing director of independent workplace consultancy, AOS and formerly chairman of Opus 4 Group.  He began working for large corporate occupiers in 1985, undertaking workplace strategy, design and project management assignments and went on to form Opus 4 with John Symes in 1995.

John Symes, has been appointed Director of Workplace Strategy where his responsibilities will extend to workplace design and change.  Prior to joining JLL, John was director of workplace strategy and project management for EMEA (Europe Middle East and Africa) at AOS Group where he was tasked with managing the delivery of workplace strategy and project management services across EMEA.

Also joining the team is Maciej Markowski, who has been appointed associate director.  Maciej joins the firm from CBRE where he managed research and change management projects across EMEA for clients including Cisco, HSBC, Unilever, Nokia, Swiss Re and ING Bank.

Commenting on his team’s remit, Trevor Alldridge said: “I look forward to working with my team and adding value for our clients both existing and new by transforming their working environments and enhancing their workplace experience.”

John Duckworth, responsible for JLL Occupier Services on the UK Board, added: “We warmly welcome our new colleagues to the firm.  Trevor, John and Maciej have the collective knowledge, skills and expertise to help grow the business and become a market leader in this critically important sector. We look forward to Workplace becoming a core part of our Occupier Services business in the UK.”