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James Gray

Managing partner

James Gray

James has over 27 years experience working predominantly with and for commercial, investor, institutional and developer clients. As Chartered Project Manager and Building Surveyor he has extensive practical and strategic experience of project delivery covering the full life cycle of a property asset from due diligence on acquisition, building pathology, planned maintenance, landlord and tenant relations, alterations, refurbishment, new build development through to disposal.

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