Momentum Group hires former Grosvenor exec

Liverpool commercial property consultancy The Momentum Group appoints former Grosvenor executive to its leadership team

Philip Hutchinson
Philip Hutchinson, senior project manager at The Momentum Group


Former Grosvenor executive Philip Hutchinson has joined the management team of Liverpool commercial property consultancy The Momentum Group.

Philip joins Momentum as a senior project manager in its North West division. He joins from Delfont Mackintosh Theatres where he was deputy head of property and projects.

While at Delfont Mackintosh Philip was responsible for the delivery of major projects and future proofing of several of London’s West End Edwardian listed buildings. These included the Sondheim, Prince of Wales, Gielgud, Wyndham’s and Novello theatres.

He will now take on key roles with a number of Momentum’s clients, including Grosvenor at Liverpool ONE and Queensberry at Metquarter. His focus will be on the delivery of feasibility studies and acting as employer’s agent.

Chris Renshaw, co-founder and director of The Momentum Group, praised Philip’s extensive client-side experience and proven success as a project, programme and estates manager.

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Calling him a “top operator” he added that, combined with his background in building surveying, it “will help us further reinforce the strong working relationships and trust we have nurtured with our clients”.

In addition to Grosvenor and Queensbury, The Momentum Group’s clients include Redevco, Yakel, Schroders and Appreciate Group.

Philip said: “This is something of a homecoming for me because of my long association with Grosvenor, including in Liverpool. This has allowed me to hit the ground running.

“With our successful work on industry-leading developments in Liverpool ONE and Manchester Arndale, The Momentum Group is increasingly becoming a first choice for many looking to repurpose big spaces as well as those who want their smaller spaces to work harder.”

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