Strategic property and construction advisors, Fox Lloyd Jones (FLJ) have promoted Adam Watson, Louise Larking and Daniel Jamieson to the position of director, to further strengthen its senior leadership team and long-term growth ambitions.
Daniel, Louise and Adam previously held associate director roles within the company and have individually led a variety of successful commercial property schemes across the UK. They will now be tasked with both developing the existing team members skills and playing a more strategic role in the future direction of the business.
Daniel has been with the Leeds-based firm of chartered surveyors for over seven years, having been involved in several high-profile developments in partnership with clients such as British Land, Opus North and Pickard Properties.
Louise heads up the retail and leisure leasing division and is one of the longest serving members of the team, having been at FLJ since the company was founded in 2004. Key achievements to date include working closely with Town Centre Securities as leasing agent for a number of years across its 1m sq. ft island site at the Merrion Centre and on its substantial Vicar Lane asset also in Leeds. She has also been heavily involved in the letting of commercial spaces within a number of city centre build-to-rent schemes, including Mustard Wharf and Tower Works, on behalf of Legal & General Investment Management.
Completing the trio of senior promotions, Adam has been with FLJ for over five years and has played a pivotal role in delivering iconic properties such as The Headline, the Wellington Street build-to-rent scheme transforming part of the former Yorkshire Post site on behalf of Grainger Plc. Other successful developments include the recent completion of the major B&Q distribution centre at Symmetry Park in Doncaster for Tritax and Interchange 26, a speculative industrial and logistics development in Bradford on behalf of Opus North.
Paul Fox, co-founder and director at Fox Lloyd Jones, said: “Daniel, Louise and Adam have proved to be terrific colleagues since joining our business and these promotions are recognition of the hard work, knowledge, commitment and expertise they’ve demonstrated over that period.
“In line with our growth plans, it has worked well to be able to promote internally knowing the strengths and skills of each of the new directors. All three of them are very committed to their work, as well as developing members of our core team and continuing to add tremendous value to our clients. Equally, they are brimming with ideas on how we can shape the future growth of the company – and they all offer qualities which will further enhance our senior leadership team. I’m very much looking forward to seeing the next chapter in their careers here at FLJ.”