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John Gravett

Partner - head of real estate management

John Gravett

John focuses on providing strategic advice to TMT portfolios and specialised advice in telecoms strategy, network roll-out and estate management.

He is a highly skilled international real estate manager with extensive experience in the development and implementation of real estate solutions at both local and international level. He has a proven track record in the international property market with an applied knowledge of commercial practice and cultural awareness.

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T +44 (0) 20 7647 7135

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