Rosie Day to lead strategic comms at City and Westminster Property Associations

Berkeley Group’s Rosie Day has joined the City and Westminster Property Associations as assistant director, with responsibility for strategic comms activity.

Rosie Day

Within the FTSE 250 Berkeley Group, Day was comms manager for property developer St George.

Before that, she was an account director at public affairs agency Bellenden (now Newington) and an adviser to the council leadership at the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames on research, media and policy.

In her new role at the City and Westminster Property Associations, Day will drive research, policy work and campaigns, as well as a programme of industry events.

Charles Begley, executive director of the City and Westminster Property Associations, said: “This new role is a reflection of the associations’ growing influence, and Rosie’s appointment will ensure we are well placed to continue to effectively promote the interests of our members across a broad range of partners.

“Her background and experience will prove invaluable in driving forward our wide ranging policy and research work, as well as supporting our events and seminar programme.”

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