I’m a Partner in the Development team here at Gerald Eve. With over 20 years RICS qualified property experience, my key focus is to advise landowners, developers, investors and government on complex development issues.
My background in working across multiple sectors has given me a wealth of development consultancy, agency and public procurement experience. I’m well-versed in leading multi-disciplinary teams and have a reputation for offering excellent advice to public sector clients on wide-ranging development issues.
I’ve advised clients from the home and international transport sector market – from Transport for London to Transport for New South Wales – provided strategy and disposal advice to NHS Trusts, and acted as estate adviser to a number of educational institutions including University of the Arts London.
MY RECENT PROJECTS
- Euston Station Regeneration – I was lead consultant development director to HS2 Ltd, providing property consultancy, viability, and assurance services which contributed to the successful outline business case for c.£400m investment. The project culminated in the procurement of Lendlease as development partner for over 6 million sq ft of mixed-use development at the proposed new HS2 and existing station at Euston, London.
- Landmark Court, Southwark – I advised TfL on the development potential and optimal disposal strategy for Landmark Court, a 1.8 acres former Thameslink work site in Southwark. I worked with a multi-disciplinary consultant team to prepare a concept design for a 260,000 sq ft office, residential and retail scheme, and advised TfL on the marketing, evaluation and appointment of a joint venture development partner.
- Thamesmead Waterfront – I provided independent assurance advice the project Board on the commercial transaction structure and procurement strategy for the procurement of a development partner to enter into a joint venture agreement with Peabody to deliver infrastructure, planning consent and delivery of c.10,000 homes at Thamesmead Waterfront, South East London.