I’m a dedicated member of the Core Five team and I have almost 10 years’ experience in the residential sector, and this has allowed me to hone my specialist knowledge of the London residential market. I always have a sharp focus on client objectives and have a natural ability thrive in a team setting which enables me to create lasting relationships with team members and clients.
Since joining Core Five, 4 years ago, I have had the pleasure of working with Native Land on Bankside Yards East & West. These are both such exciting and dynamic schemes and I feel very lucky to have been part of the process and a particular highlight for me is watching them develop on site, slowly changing the riverside landscape.
I have taken a key role in developing a strategy for the graduate programme over the last few years. I’m very passionate about my peer’s development and take an enthusiastic and nurturing approach to ensure they feel supported and confident.
What is the most rewarding part of your role at Core Five?
This may sound cliché but for me it is working as part of a team. I really thrive in a team environment as I feel that everyone brings something different to the table and I can learn so much from this fusion of people at varying levels bringing different perspectives.
What is your favourite building and why?
Being a Scouser, my favourite building(s) are the Royal Liver buildings which are at the Pier Head, afoot of the river Mersey, in Liverpool. At the top of either end of the building sit Liver Birds, one facing land, the other facing sea which are fabled to watch over the city. The legend says that if one of the birds flew away that Liverpool would cease to exist, and I always loved the notion.