International Partner • United Kingdom
Alex is head of the London Building Consultancy team and is responsible for all commercial building surveying services. He is recognised by peers and the industry as a specialist dilapidations practitioner, with a comprehensive understanding of the legal issues and has extensive experience representing both landlords and tenants.
He provides construction and building related advice across a wide range of property, to owners, occupiers and investors. He deals with due diligence and acquisition surveys, reinstatement cost assessments, maintenance and refurbishment, and advises on exit strategy. Alex also has wide experience in Purchaser's and Investor's surveys, both individual properties and large scale portfolios across EMEA. He also undertakes building pathology analysis on many types of commercial and historic buildings.
Alex is also responsible for consultancy services across Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA), in particular relating to cross border due diligence and dilapidations.
Cushman & Wakefield has further strengthened its UK Logistics & Industrial team by hiring capital markets specialist Christopher Robinson as a Partner.
Commercial real estate services firm, Cushman & Wakefield, has appointed Emily Fox as a Partner to lead its Residential Valuation & Advisory team in the Midlands.
Advised by Cushman & Wakefield, Coventry University has sold a 627-bed first-generation halls of residence with significant asset management opportunities for an undisclosed sum to Frogmore.
Central London office occupiers’ focus on the best quality workplaces intensified in Q1 2023 with Grade A space accounting for two-thirds of leasing activity – the highest quarterly proportion since Q3 2018, according to global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield.
Richard Coleman • 25/05/2023
The UK and Germany top the list of most expensive regions to fit out an office with costs expected to remain high in the near term before falling in 2024.
Lauren Joselyn • 05/04/2023
New data from real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield reveals that regional office leasing activity is following the trends seen in London and is demonstrating structural shifts in office demand.
Year-End Central London Office Leasing Figures Show a Changing Landscape
Market analysis from real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield shows that Europe’s office leasing markets are in rude health as they reap the benefits of markets fully reopening from Covid-related restrictions.
FTSE 250 recruitment business, Page Group has signed the lease for a new London HQ at the iconic 80 Strand in Covent Garden.
Cushman & Wakefield has appointed Kiran Patel as an Associate Director within its UK Research & Insight team, focusing on the offices sector.
Cushman & Wakefield has expanded its land, development and planning team in Leeds with the appointment of Matt Brear as Associate Director.
This autumn, we’re excited to unpack our vision for the future of six UK cities: London, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, Leeds and Edinburgh. We consider how well placed each is to manage the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Whether you’re an occupier or investor in real estate, working on a single asset or across an international portfolio, we’re ideally placed to support you with a comprehensive range of Project & Development Services.
With extensive commercial expertise and a deep understanding of the property life-cycle requirements of investors, occupiers, lenders and developers, our building consultancy team provides specialist advice across the full spectrum of building surveying services.
Building Engineering Services
Our Building Engineering Services team can provide all design and management services relating to the mechanical, electrical and public health elements within all building types, across all sectors during initial construction, fit-out and occupancy stages.
Research • Economy
Insights • Workplace
Insights • Workplace
Until recently, significant deflection and transverse cracking were thought to be early warning signs of failure in Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated concrete (RAAC).
Food inflation and menu prices are at an all-time high meaning operators must be creative. Already pioneering brands are revisiting where they source their produce and are changing their menus to serve local and in-season food.