One of the West Midlands’ best-known residential property experts has joined the Birmingham office of leading real estate company Cushman & Wakefield.
Eleanor Deeley has been named head of residential at Cushman & Wakefield and build on a client base that includes the likes of Countryside, Redrow, Homes & Communities Agency, National Grid and Birmingham City Council.
Eleanor was previously a director at CBRE, in the firm’s residential and mixed-use development team. Among some of her major projects have been: the disposal of the former fire station, library and council offices in Bromsgrove on behalf of the county council and the fire service; the disposal of Perry Barr dog track; disposal of Heritage Gate, Derby, for Aviva. Other clients include Cemex, William Davis and major house builders.
She has also advised on numerous developments, including scheme viability for a number of housebuilders.
Prior to joining CBRE in 2007, Eleanor worked for King Sturge’s development team in Birmingham. She said of her new role: “I am delighted to be joining Cushman & Wakefield at a time of growth and am looking forward to growing the team.”