Chancerygate continues UK and European expansion with four new appointments

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Chancerygate has made four new appointments to support the continued implementation of the urban logistics property developer and asset manager’s UK and European growth strategy.

Helena Redding and Oliver Johnson join as asset manager and assistant development manager respectively. The company has also strengthened its finance team with the hire of Alex Houghton as senior financial analyst and Randeep Sandhu joins as its first HR manager.

Helena arrives at Chancerygate after seven years as a specialist industrial and logistics asset manager at Orchard Street, having previously held positions at Kier Property and SEGRO. She is responsible for Chancerygate’s urban logistics portfolio. 

Oliver joins to work as part of Chancerygate's development team and will assist on a range of urban logistics projects. He previously worked in the industrial and logistics team at Colliers International.

Alex moves from Native, one of the UK’s largest aparthotel operators. Supporting the company’s strategic decision-making, he is responsible for monitoring the financial performance of current portfolios alongside identifying future opportunities. 

Randeep joins Chancerygate as the company’s first HR manager, bringing sixteen years of HR experience from a range of sectors. As well as leading Chancerygate’s day-to-day HR function, she will be responsible for planning and implementing the company’s people strategies to support growth plans. 

Chancerygate managing director, Richard Bains, said: “These four appointments across our asset, development, finance and HR teams play an essential part in delivering our UK and European growth strategy. 

“Helen, Oliver, Alex and Randeep each bring proven experience from diverse backgrounds. I look forward to working with them and drawing on their unique skill sets to support our ambitious expansion plans.”

These latest appointments follow the news that Chancerygate has appointed European director, Jason Sharman, from Warsaw-based Tradeparc to lead the business’s expansion on the continent. 

Founded in 1995, Chancerygate is the UK’s largest urban logistics property developer and asset manager and the only one operating nationwide. The company employs 51 people and has offices in London, Warrington, Birmingham, Bristol, and Milton Keynes.

Chancerygate currently has more than 3.2m sq ft of urban logistics space across 24 sites ranging from Bournemouth to Edinburgh. The company also manages in excess of £385m of assets across more than five million sq ft of commercial space in over 480 units.

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