Partner, Property Wealth Management
Property Wealth Managment
The Property Wealth Management team provides a single point of contact and comprehensive private-client property service.
Our service utilises the breadth of Strutt & Parker's expertise across the full range of disciplines and sectors within the UK property market. We are an entirely client-focused team, and we aim to become a trusted advisor.
Property Wealth Management tailors the service it provides to individual client requirements, advising on all aspects of acquisitions and disposals of commercial and residential property interests on behalf of high-net-worth private and corporate clients. It also provides professional and consultancy services to suit each client's needs.
We seek to identify and prioritise investor needs through greater understanding of our clients' investment criteria, taking into account, for example, return requirements, attitudes to risk and investment time horizon.
We work with our sector specialists to employ their market based expertise to ensure each client's requirements are met. We cover all aspects of transaction-related and consultancy advice, including private, onshore and offshore corporate transactions, portfolio management and the establishing of joint venture and Shariah-compliant structures.
Knowledge & research
London employees’ responses to our Office Futures survey suggest that homogenous open-plan office environments are far from suitable.
The Co-living experience
London’s housing shortage is well-publicised – but the growing trend for co-living in the capital is something new.
Cycle friendly workplaces increasingly important to office workers
As the capital celebrated National Cycle to Work day this week research from Strutt & Parker identified that a lack of secure storage space and changing facilities are preventing a number of London’s office workers from donning their fluorescent vests and cycling to work.
My work, my space?
In our Office Futures survey we asked London office employees what office features were most important to them, allowing a selection of up to three choices.
Agricultural wage rate advice for 2016/17
The abolition of England’s Agricultural Wages Board (AWB) in 2013 gave farm employers greater freedom to negotiate wages with their farm workers.
Blackgrass control – a practical guide
Tackling the growing problem of blackgrass on UK farms is going to take honesty, work and some hard decisions.