Thursday, July 26, 2012

Shelagh McNerney responsible for overseeing Oldham College’s redevelopment and refurbishment programme

Oldham College has appointed Shelagh McNerney to the post of director of programmes and regeneration responsible for overseeing the College’s redevelopment and refurbishment programme. Shelagh’s role will be to create a vision for the College ensure its redevelopment has a lasting positive social and economic impact in Oldham.

Shelagh is a town planner with over 25 years experience across the regeneration, development and construction industry in both the public and private sector and has led large public sector partnerships across the north west. She has worked in large and small master planning and architecture companies and worked for hundreds of clients across the country from large and small developers, local authorities, community groups and government agencies in Liverpool, North Wales and across the local authority and development industry.

Shelagh is a board director on the national Considerate Constructor Scheme and will bring the very best practice to the benefits of the College in its curriculum as well as through its capital programme.

Shelagh, who started her new role this May says, "I am honoured and excited to be leading a programme of change in Oldham College which will see very practical improvements to the environment for staff and students with very limited funds. I am committed to aligning all capital spend to the College's education vision and ensuring every penny is spent wisely and efficiently. I feel this role brings all my professional experience together as building work, master planning and community benefit are my favourite subjects."


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