Robert joined Cushman & Wakefield in January 2013 after 27 years property experience in Central London, primarily the City. He is a market leader in the field of development and complex ownership situations, particularly with freehold /leasehold re-gearings and developing Joint Ventures.
Robert has primarily focused on Central London since 1986 undertaking investment sales and acquisitions, strategic consultancy, development and asset management. He regularly coordinates multi-discipline teams to achieve client objectives and his skill base regularly takes him outside London to resolve sensitive and complex situations. His career is marked by dealing with atypical situations including selling the Bankside Power Station to the Tate Modern, supporting the London Symphony Orchestra and recently supporting the Wimbledon Park Golf Club in their sale to the All England Tennis Club.
Robert works closely with and against historic landed estates, acting for The Portman, Howard de Walden and Cadogan Estates and typically against The Crown Estate and Grosvenor Estate. He has a special insight into the workings of the landed estates, decision-making and strategic thinking.