Native Land Announces New Appointments
By Native Land: 1 March 2010
Native Land, the leading London residential developer, is pleased to announce that it has recently appointed three new members to its growing development team.
Firstly, Yumeng Chan joins as Development Executive, further strengthening the company’s acquisitions and new business team. Yumeng was previously employed by international architect firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates International.
Catherine Crawley and Sophia Jarvie have also both joined Native Land as Assistant Development Executives. Catherine takes up her new role working on existing development projects within the company’s portfolio whilst Sophia will focus on the company’s two joint ventures with Grosvenor, NEO Bankside next to Tate Modern on London’s South Bank and Holland Park School on Campden Hill in Kensington.
Commenting on the new appointments Alasdair Nicholls, CEO of Native Land said:
“Native Land continues to go from strength to strength, with NEO Bankside, Florian Place at 8 Albert Embankment and our recent purchase of the land at Campden Hill we have nearly 1 million sqft of residential accommodation in the development and planning pipeline across central London. These are very exciting times for us and I am delighted to welcome Yumeng, Catherine and Sophia to our expanding operations.”
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