Land & Acquisitions Director
Rob, has over 15 years of professional experience, specialising in land promotion for the last 10 years.
As the Founder of land promotion company, Falcon Developments, he has driven the delivery of affordable first-time buyer housing and extra care retirement communities within the southeast, securing housing allocations in both Local Plans and Neighbourhood Plans.
Having previously assisted in the establishment of the new Bovis Homes (Vistry Group) Thames Valley region, strategic planning consents for 1,400 homes were secured for the group.
A strong network of industry contacts has been formed throughout his career, having worked within the land sector up to Land Director level at regional developers, national housebuilders and land promoters.
Planning & Development Director
Jonathan has over 20 years’ experience in planning and engagement and has provided the lead on developments within the Olympic Village, including ‘The Stratford’, the 1,600 unit ‘One Woolwich’ development and several large sustainable urban extensions. Jonathan has also provided the planning lead for several major public sector organisations, including Greenwich, Barking and Dagenham, Hounslow, Welwyn Hatfield, Aylesbury, Wokingham, and Reading Councils and GLA Housing.
As a dual-qualified Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute and Member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations with over sixteen years PR experience, Jonathan combines his planning and PR knowledge to provide a ‘localism-focused’, integrated approach to projects and regularly advises clients on over-arching strategies, use of social media to assist engagement and delivery of bespoke programs
Investor & Operations Director
Tom was a Founder and Board Member of an IT Consultancy; Infinity Works, and focused on the strategic operations and growth of the business.
Utilising his operational expertise, Infinity Works grew from an initial team of 4 founders based in Leeds to over 500 employees with offices based in Leeds, London, Manchester and Edinburgh with a turnover in excess of £50 million per year, culminating in a sale to Accenture in February 2021. Clients included Sky, Sainsburys, Virgin, NHS Digital, Cinch, Compare the Market, DWP, NHS Digital, Ofsted. Specialising in operations and strategy,
Tom now is now focused on driving the day to day operations and growth of Opus Works, alongside a diverse portfolio of investments spanning Property Development, IT Training, Distilleries, Events and Electric Charge Point Installations.
Brian has over 30 years of professional experience in the Housing & Development sector and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Housing.
Brian is the Director at Horton Strategic, a Board Member at Gravesend Churches Housing Association and ABC Property Limited, Co-opted Member Kent Housing Group Executive Board and is Chair of the Margate Town Deal Board. Previous roles have included Strategic Housing Advisor to Kent County Council, Chief Executive of Swale Housing Association and as Executive Director Kent for AmicusHorizon.
As Strategic Housing Advisor at SELEP Brian works to promote the delivery of housing and encourage good growth. In this role, he works in partnership with central government and Homes England to accelerate housing delivery and regeneration across the South East.
Nick has over 44 years of professional experience in the Housing and Development sector and is a Director at Nick Fenton Associates Ltd.
Other roles include Chair of the Kent Housing and Development Group in Kent and Medway as well as the SELEP Housing and Development Group, a Board Member of Locate in Kent, a Member of KMEP and Board Member of the Business Advisory Board, a Co-opted Member of the Kent Housing Group Executive Board and a Member of the Ashford Borough Council Greater Ashford Land Mapping Commission.
Nick works in partnership with central Government and Homes England to support both the public and private sector to help deliver commercial, residential and regeneration developments, together with related infrastructure needs and encourage good working practices.