Kevin is the Technical Director within the Property & Regeneration team, with responsibility for strategic asset management, building safety and technical compliance. As a building surveyor and chartered manager, Kevin has worked in the Housing, Civic and Military sectors. For the past 25 years, Kevin’s career has been in Housing. Initially in private practice and then working for several Housing Associations.
Leading and supporting multi-disciplinary and cross departmental teams in pursuit of corporate objectives and customer needs. Committed to quality of product and service.
Kevin is an experienced leader, with a commitment to customer and quality. He is a building surveyor by profession and a chartered manager. Kevin has worked in the Housing, Civic and Military sectors. For the past 25 years, Kevin’s career has been in Housing.
He has a wealth of development and regeneration experience, gained across a range of project types including joint ventures, estate regeneration, new-build, refurbishment, conservation, and legacy.
A particular highlight of Kevin’s career was working on the London 2012 Athletes Village, as Triathlon Homes Project Director.
Kevin is also the Chair of the Banking Enterprise Centre (BEC) Board. The BEC is a Community Investment Company that supports and promotes local entrepreneurs and business startups.
Director of Development & Project Management, L&Q – April 2016-September 2022
MCMI – Member of the Chartered Management Institute
BSC (Hons) Building Surveying
Kevin is married with two teenage children. He is also a West Ham season ticket holder noting “we all have our crosses to bear!”
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