Will began a career in politics before pivoting to real estate. He built a blistering 15 year career with Grosvenor in the UK and Paris ending his journey as the Executive Director for the London Portfolio with £5bn AUM. He choose to leave that behind to begin a role based on his passion for community and to influence the social economy as CEO of Retirement Villages Group.
Will describes his career through successive stages of achievements, deep personal tragedy and thoroughly steep learning curve.
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Lee has been continually challenging himself to develop throughout his career from chartered engineer, consultant project manager and now development manager for the world's fifth-largest Real Estate investor.
In this episode I sit down with Warwick Hunter, Managing Director for Asset and Development Management for Henley Investments. Warwick shares a fascinating story. A story that includes highlights working for several of the most revered employers beginning as a graduate intake with...
Sammie has built a career with DTZ, HCA, Crest Nicholson and now Places for People. Sammie describes her career working in residential development through commercial consultancy, public sector, plc housebuilder and now in the affordable housing sector facing up to private sector competition.
In this episode I sit down with Mark Woodrow, Joint Managing Director of Packaged Living. In just two years Packaged Living has 2,000 build to rent homes in the pipeline with a further 1,000 as DM partner...
Matt has led a career with some of the biggest names and largest developments in London under his belt including Berkeley, Riverlight and BPSDC, Battersea Power Station. As MD and now COO he shares the lessons he learnt as he forced to take a hands off approach and empower his teams.
In this episode I sit down with Neil Young, he is credited with pioneering the Build to Rent sector in the UK, he established a £2bn residential REIT and did it as a property inductee part way through his career as an accountant.
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