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Trio launches new London mixed-use property consultancy

Agents and consultants with backgrounds at Shaw, CBRE and Kier Developments have teamed up.

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Three residential property experts have launched a new consultancy which will target opportunities created by mixed-use development in London.

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Guy Passey

The new consultancy – Sq. One Real Estate – has been formed by Jamie Gunning, Guy Passey and Charlie Philip who together have more than four decades of experience through working with EA Shaw, CBRE and Kier Developments.

Together they have advised on more than £4billion of property in London alone for clients including Legal & General, Shaftesbury, Aviva, Great Marlborough Estates, Capital & Counties, GFZ Holdings and Proma.

We are an agile, specialist and experienced team offering a client – centric solution to this market.

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Charlie Philip

Sq. One Real Estate is an active joint venture partnership with the commercial property advisers, Farebrother, Tuckerman and Union Street Partners, which are respectively specialists in the Midtown, Victoria and South Bank markets – all of which are locations where mixed-use development has proliferated.

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Jamie Gunning

Jamie Gunning, co-founder at Sq. One Real Estate, said, “The lines between residential and commercial property have blurred – especially in London.

“We are an agile, specialist and experienced team which offers a truly client-centric solution for this exciting part of the property market which creates places to live, work, eat and drink.

“Our advice will be delivered with energy and honesty. Together with our partners, we offer a blend of market heritage, proven track records, fresh thinking and a wholly new approach to the mixed-use sector.”

November 23, 2018

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