Callum moved to Rapleys in June 2019 with five years experience as a commercial property agency, specialising in the acquisition and disposal of retail and industrial property. In 2019 he graduated with a first class honours degree in Real Estate from Birmingham City University.
Callum is working within the Automotive and Roadside team dealing with a broad range of instructions whilst undertaking the APC.
Will joined Rapleys in 2018 as a partner in the Affordable Housing/Viability team. He joined from GL Hearn where he worked for over 8 years in the Affordable Housing and Viability team.
Will specialises in providing development valuation advice for residential and mixed-use sites, with a particular emphasis on the valuation of affordable housing and development viability. He has provided valuation advice to many large developing Registered Providers including Clarion, L&Q, TVHA and Home Group.
He also acts on behalf of private developers in connection with viability negotiations with local authorities in order to assess the appropriate level of affordable housing. Following completion of s.106 agreements, Will acts in an agency role for developers to secure a Registered Provider. He also provides agency advice to Registered Providers for acquisition purposes.
Will is able to offer clients strategic valuation advice in connection with the redevelopment of their sites, including appropriate affordable housing strategies in order to maximise both land and resale values.
Based in the Manchester office, Peter is responsible for all aspects of lease consultancy, Expert Witness and valuation instructions for the automotive and roadside sector within the north of the country. This includes motor dealerships, petrol filling stations and motorist’s centres.
Peter has a wealth of commercial and residential experience and has professionally represented a range of institutional landlords, corporate tenants, private individuals and financial institutions.
Peter joined Rapleys in 2002, was elected partner in 2012 and is a RICS Registered Valuer and a Chartered Environmentalist.
Adam is a general practice surveyor who joined Rapleys as a partner in September 2015. Adam runs a new department acting for clients in the charity sector.
His particular area of expertise lies in advising church clients on transactional work, lease advisory matters, valuations, development consulting and most areas of general practice.
Adam has vast experience advising churches on funding the replacement of existing, outdated church accommodation through residential development of part of a site. This usually entails an early involvement with regard to the feasibility and financial viability of sites, through to assistance in the disposal of the residential element paying for the new church accommodation.
Adam acts on behalf of a number of Diocese’s of the Church of England, the Thames North Synod of the United Reformed Church, Baptist Union and London Baptist Property Board as well as numerous individual churches.
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.
Graham joined Rapleys in 2015 and has progressed to be a partner. He shares the leadership of the charities sector within development services. Graham brings together his general practice surveying experience with his skill of working with clients and groups from all backgrounds.
His professional services experience has included real estate consultancy, residential and commercial development appraisal, and investment advice for private clients and charities.
Graham has a broad spread of project management and valuation experience that has been based in London and the home counties, Cambridge and East Anglia.
He leads the professional services valuations team who undertake;
- Valuations of commercial properties;
– Office, retail, industrial
– Portfolio valuations
- Valuation for;
– Secured borrowing
– Accounting purposes
- Residential development appraisals
- Monitoring and interim valuations during construction
Daniel is a partner in the automotive & roadside team specialising in both agency and professional matters including acquisitions, disposals, rent reviews, lease renewals, general landlord and tenant work, and valuations on properties throughout the UK. His particular specialism is within petrol filling stations, motor dealerships, roadside retail and workshop premises. He is also a RICS Registered Valuer and RICS APC Assessor.
Daniel advises a variety of institutional and occupier clients including Pendragon plc, Mercedes-Benz Retail Group, Sytner Group, Network Rail, Columbia Threadneedle, Majestic Wine, Topps Tiles and Universal Tyres.
Daniel previously worked at Mouchel on the Bedfordshire County Council portfolio including general agency and landlord and tenant matters, and prior to graduating in 2003, Daniel completed his placement year at Bidwells, working with the agency and corporate consultancy/valuation departments.
Rapleys’ Charities/Non-Profit team continue to be very active in the market and are delighted to share some of our available properties:
A full list is available here.
Apart from our usual consultancy of building and property matters, including landlord and tenant and building surveys, we are also currently engaged in a number of exciting development projects which can be found on the download link. For a no obligation initial meeting to discuss any of your property requirements contact Graham Smith or Adam Harvey
We are also delighted to be attending and sponsoring the networking reception again at this years Charity Property Conference. To find out more about this event and to secure your space please follow this link. We look forward to seeing you there!
Rapleys’ Automotive & Roadside team have been very active in East Anglia with support from the recently opened Cambridge office. In the attached newsletter are some examples of recent automotive instructions – you can also click here.
The team can advise on the full spectrum of property services on a confidential basis. For full details of all available properties click here.
Rapleys undertakes traditional valuation work including for transactional and secured borrowing as well as portfolio valuations for investment and occupier clients. We provide a full range of valuation services including specialist planning enquiry support, compulsory purchase advice and dilapidations negotiations.
In addition we deliver a spectrum of specialist valuation services including expert witness valuation support. We are very active in residential development consultancy allied with our development and planning teams. Notably, we recently expanded our affordable housing services to include project viability reporting. Below are a few examples of the diversity of relevant instructions.
Commercial Property & Residential Investment
Rapleys is undertaking valuations of commercial property and residential investments for a number of national lenders and banks as well as specialist development funders. Two recent portfolios have included office, retail and industrial buildings; both of which in aggregate exceeded £15m. A further recent challenging commission was for the valuation of circa 170 parish houses for a Church of England Diocese.
The expansion of our affordable housing and viability team has enabled us to service growing demand for specialist S106 and viability expertise from developers, landowners and house builders. Current instructions range from a luxury 20 apartment scheme in Bush Hill London to 1,100 and 1,200 unit brownfield developments in York and Manchester respectively.
We have provided CPO advice on a number of schemes including the Brentford FC redevelopment and HS2 as well as submitting expert evidence to the Westfield/Hammerson Croydon Inquiry. We have also provided valuation evidence as part of dispute resolution proceedings as well as advising in respect of potential damages arising from breach of covenants and the statutory grant of electricity wayleaves.
In association with our building surveyors we have provided S18 valuations in connection with terminal dilapidations disputes, such as those carried out recently for The Co-operative relating to sites in Worthing and Clacton on Sea. Our assessments of diminution helped to achieve an approximate 80% saving on one claim and superseded a significant portion of the contractual claim in the other.
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