Cluttons hires Reeta Patel in strategic asset management push

Cluttons has appointed Reeta Patel as associate partner in its commercial and strategic asset management team as part of a drive to expand this key focus of the business.

Reeta has over 10 years’ qualified experience in commercial property management and joins from CLS Holdings (CLSH) where she managed a core portfolio of offices and mixed-use buildings in London and throughout the UK. She was responsible for service charge budgets totalling over £5m, due diligence for acquisitions, tenant engagement and a number of sustainability projects across the portfolio. Prior to CLSH, Reeta held positions in asset and property management at JLL and Cushman & Wakefield.

Throughout her career, Reeta has been a strong advocate of inclusivity, helping primary school children gain skills that will equip them for the working environment through the Skills Builder Partnership with Enabling Enterprise; in working with teenage girls to encourage them to consider a career in property through the Build Your Future programme by Landsec and Ahead Partnership and she also regularly volunteers in her local community as an older persons befriender for Westminster’s Volunteer centre.

Matt Peake, partner and head of commercial and strategic asset management at Cluttons, said: “Property and asset management is a core area of the business for Cluttons – it is central to our strategy to be a truly multi-disciplinary property consultancy where we can bring in our experts from across the different disciplines to enable us to see a bigger and more strategic picture and genuinely add value for our clients. Reeta brings with her some new insight and knowledge that will help the team continue to deliver an enhanced service.”

Reeta said: “This role is a real opportunity to join a collaborative and strategic team that puts the client front and centre of all activity. Cluttons is known for its exemplary client service and I am proud to have a key role in taking this forward in a team that is set to grow further over the coming months.”