Jason Mound leads the Land Development Project Management service offering having started with Rapleys in July 2018. Jason previously worked with national regeneration specialist St Modwen Properties plc and since led Atkins Land Development consultancy, also having worked previously in design and build contracting.

Jason offers clients land development management services through the full spectrum of development including due diligence, acquisition, planning, delivery and estate management phases helping optimise land assets. Jason’s key experience is in infrastructure planning and delivery, managing multi-disciplinary design teams and helping clients to de-risk their land assets, thus enabling land for development whether through sale of serviced land parcels or joint ventures with housing partners.

This service, coupled with Rapleys strategic land and planning consultancy, offers clients a unique insight in bringing forward land for development. Jason is currently supporting master developers and land owners on strategic land developments across the UK including Millbrook Park in Mill Hill and Canford Park in Poole.

Dan joined Rapleys in 2016 to establish a dedicated Neighbourly Matters service area within the Building Consultancy team delivering Rights to Light, Daylight & Sunlight Amenity, Party Walls and Access Arrangement services.

Formerly, Dan had spent over a decade with Watts Group Limited (previously known as Watts & Partners) working for numerous clients primarily within the commercial property sector. Here he honed his skills and built a reputation for specialising in Neighbourly Matters besides undertaking other traditional Building Surveying services such as Technical Due Diligence and Defects Analysis.

Dan prides himself in establishing and building strong relationships with clients and project teams. His focus on Neighbourly Matters centres around risk management and ensuring clients can maximise the development potential from their sites. When acting ‘the other side of the fence’ he ensures clients assets are well represented and their assets are suitably protected.

Dan is Secretary of the Severnside branch of the Pyramus & Thisbe Club who promote excellence in the field of Party Wall practice. He also sits on the RICS Great Western Committee. He has mentored many Building Surveyors through their Assessment of Professional Competence and he regularly gives seminars on Neighbourly Matters to developers, solicitors and professionals within the property industry.

 

Simon joined Rapleys in 2002 as a graduate building surveyor and is now a partner in building consultancy. He has experience in all property sectors with particular specialism within the railway, industrial and residential sectors.

He also specialises in residential dilapidation matters and leads multi-disciplinary teams in the preparation and negotiation of complex dilapidations claims for bulk rented housing estates.

Simon is an Incorporated Member of the Association for Project Safety and has experience in all matters of Health and Safety Consultancy. He has acted as CDM co-ordinator and more recently as principle designer on large scale commercial and residential construction projects.

He is experienced in developing bespoke forms for tablet based, electronic data capture and in running projects to undertake detailed surveys of property portfolios in excess of 600 properties.

 

James is a senior associate in Rapleys’ lease consultancy team and has a wide range of commercial property experience. He has professionally represented a range of institutional landlords and private individuals, and is a RICS Registered Valuer.

He specialises in all aspects of lease consultancy work including the negotiation of rent reviews, lease renewals and lease re-gears. He also undertakes Red Book Valuations for loan security and other purposes.

James joined Rapleys in 2013. Prior to this he worked at Strettons Chartered Surveyors in London for nine years where he split his time between commercial agency, Red Book Valuations and lease consultancy.