Gilly is a Director within the Property & Regeneration team. She has over 12 years of housing experience ranging from heading up housing policy and strategy function for a central London borough through to working in a range of roles across regeneration and development.
Project Management of large scale mixed tenure housing developments.
Development and option appraisals, land acquisition, site assembly, resident consultation and estate regeneration/intensification.
Affordable Housing funding, strategy and policy, Stock Options Appraisals and programme management.
Specialises in planning applications, consultations, consents, project appraisals, budget monitoring and management of multi-disciplinary project teams.
Since joining Altair in 2018, Gilly has worked as a Head of New Business securing a 1,700 unit regeneration and over £100m grant funding, and as a Project Director, establishing a corporate JV, securing HIF funding and managing the design development and consultation process.
Recent Altair Assignments
Recent projects that Gilly has been involved in include:
- Head of New Business and Planning – Swan Housing
- Project Director (regeneration) – Swan Housing
Regional Land Manager – Peabody
Senior Development Manager – Peabody
Regeneration Manager – Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Senior Policy Officer – Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
MSc in Housing and Regeneration (London School of Economics)
Assessment of Equity Release Pilot schemes (contributor) Joseph Rowntree Foundation
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