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Property Development Hire Munic brings rising star talent to the team

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Harold Benjamin confirms that as of January 2020 Bilyana Munic joined the firm’s Property Development & Planning team as a legal director.

Bilyana has spent her entire professional career working on specialised commercial and residential property development. Her portfolio of clients consists of large regional and national property developers.

Bilyana brings and will continue, her longstanding association with Zero C Holdings Limited, part of the Places for People Group, the award winning sustainable developers. Over the past 15 years Bilyana has assisted this client with a number of development sites including:-

  • British Construction Industry Awards 2018 – Housing Project of the year for Roussillon Park in Chichester;
  • What House Awards 2018 – Best Sustainable Development for Roborough Eco Homes in Plymouth;
  • What House Awards 2017 – Silver award for Best Development for Roussillon Park in Chichester;

Bilyana is also known for her work in relation to the prestigious Strathmore House in the heart of Queen Mother Square in the Poundbury Estate in the county of Dorset. This a one of a kind development consists of eight luxury apartments featuring contemporary living.

Bilyana is currently working on several development projects in respect of land owned by Homes England. Harold Benjamin’s experienced plot team will support Bilyana with the flagship development in Basingstoke.

Huseyin Huseyin, Head of Property Development commented:- “We are delighted that Bilyana decided to join us at the start of this year. She brings with her not only her talent and expertise but her award winning development client base. Harold Benjamin’s commitment to Bilyana and her clients is to ensure she has the right support so she can continue the excellent work she already does for her clients. The whole team are also looking forward to working with Bilyana on some of her existing development projects”.

 

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