Talented Trio Join Expanding Urban Regeneration & Property Management Team

Jenny Carter, Tracey Parker and Amie Simpson (Left to right) 


Creative Space Management announce three new appointments.  This week, Jenny Carter, based at the Round Foundry Media Centre in Leeds, and Tracey Parker, working from Sheffield City Region’s renowned AMP Technology Centre, became the latest members of the Creative Space Management team. Amie Simpson joined colleagues as Assistant Centre Manager at popular Sheffield workspace, Electric Works, just before Christmas.

Amie, who is an Event Management graduate from Sheffield Hallam University, brings with her a wealth of experience in client relationships, facilities, office letting and events. Amie previously worked for more than three years as a Tenant Services Coordinator at The Workstation; another popular Sheffield workspace. Amie will be supporting the day-to-day management of Electric Works and our vibrant community of creative, digital and media businesses.  If you haven’t been to Electric Works before, you can find this iconic building opposite Sheffield’s central train station. It’s the only workspace in the city with a giant helter skelter (for those of you who’ve resolved to have more fun in 2020)! The location and award-winning design make Electric Works a popular event destination. You can learn more about the venue and events we can host here: event and venue space bookings.

Jenny Carter graduated from Leeds Arts University, where she studied storytelling through illustration. Following a variety of roles in hospitality, we are delighted that Jenny will be bringing her creative flair and talent for customer relations to her new role as a Receptionist. Round Foundry Media Centre is a contemporary serviced office space, home to a community of creative, digital and media businesses in the heart of Leeds. A key part of Jenny’s role will be supporting our community of tenants and non-workspace customers from across the city to access the various event and meeting rooms our space boasts.

Customer Services Administrator, Tracey Parker, joins our AMP Technology Centre team following a twelve-year career as Office Manager for Aspire Creative; one of AMP Technology Centre’s longest standing tenants. As well as an unrivalled understanding of the workspace and our current tenants, who all work in the advanced manufacturing and environmental sectors, Tracey brings a multitude of finance, administration and customer relationship management experience to the role. Tracey will be delivering front of house services including support for some of the region’s most impressive event, conference and meeting room spaces hosted by our centre.

A huge welcome to Tracey, Jenny and Amie from the rest of the Creative Space Management team.


We work with extraordinary people to build communities, re-imagine spaces, create thriving business clusters, manage facilities and help economies to grow.

Together, our 32-strong team collaborate with public and private sector clients on ambitious workspace and urban regeneration projects that are transforming the fortunes of northern cities. You can keep up-to-date with the latest job opportunities by following Creative Space Management on LinkedIn.

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