Since 2015, Bradley has worked for a wide range of public sector clients specialising in financial viability and development management. He is experienced at delivering a range of services including financial viability assessments for planning applications, options appraisals, and housing affordability research. He is also co-responsible for the growth and maintenance of the Podplan development appraisal toolkit.
Development appraisals, project management, bespoke financial analysis, financial viability assessments, options appraisals, data analysis.
Bradley’s experience includes working as a new business manager for a Council Housing Delivery Company acquiring land and S106 opportunities. As part of this role, he coordinated and appointed project teams, managed planning applications and provided concise reporting to multiple audiences including boards and councillors.
Recent Altair Assignments
Recent projects that Bradley has been involved in include:
- Basildon BC: Programme management and acquisition of multiple development opportunities
- London Borough: Viability lead for the development of a new build housing programme to deliver up to 500 new homes across infill sites.
- LB Merton & Rother DC: Financial viability assessments
- Multiple Clients: Creation of development appraisal toolkits
MSc Property Development & Planning
BSc Hons Finance & Accounting
Away from Altair Bradley tries his hand, often unsuccessfully, at most sports. He spends a lot of his time playing cricket or fetch with his dog.
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