Real Estate, Hospitality & Construction

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Real Estate, Hospitality & Construction Advisory services

As the UK continues to be a highly attractive destination for international investment, the sector is increasing its focus on operational infrastructure.

Boards, COOs, CFOs and executive management are all demanding greater transparency, accountability and management of real estate spend. This means you need:

  • robust estate strategies based on understanding your spend
  • strong business cases to support location decisions
  • a clear programme for creating the workplace of the future
  • FM contract management using the appropriate commercial levers
  • a strategy for getting the best from your third party supplier, using the right operating models and incentive mechanisms.

Our UK and Ireland Real Estate Advisory team advises both corporate occupiers (private and public sector organisations) and real estate investors, including developers, property companies, banks, landowners and service providers.

Our understanding of market trends in corporate real estate strategy, and our network of property professionals is extensive, and can help you succeed across all areas of your real estate portfolio.

Contact us

EY - Russell Gardner

RHC Market Segment Leader

Russell Gardner
+44 (0)20 7951 5947

 

EY - Nicola Westbrook

RHC Head of Tax

Nicola Westbrooke
+44 (0)20 7760 9288

 

EY - Dan Saunders

RHC Head of Assurance

Dan Saunders
+44 (0)20 7951 1803

 

EY - Helen Pratten

RHC Head of Transaction Advisory Services

Helen Pratten
+44 (0)20 7951 2264

 

EY - Christian Mole

RHC Head of Hospitality & Leisure UKI

Christian Mole
+44 (0)7970 122009

 

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