Matt has worked within the sector for over 20 years and is the Managing Director of Altair Property, having formally been one of the founding partners of the pod development consultancy.
Delivering bespoke financial analysis, strategy, property, research, project management and interim management services to RSL and Local Authority clients. Co-ordinating bids and advising on procurement and strategic project implementation. Land acquisition, assembly and problem solving. Toolkit production, “podplan” and affordability research
Matt has delivered numerous complex and high quality development projects from acquisition to completion, including extensive and ambitious town centre regeneration. Matt co-founded pod in 2008 with one goal in mind: to run a company intimate and flexible enough to deliver stunning projects to a wide range of clients. He joined Altair in October 2017 and is a gifted team leader and people manager in all areas of this sector. Matt is flexible with ideas as well as adept at seeing the bigger picture. He has a real strength in delivering presentations and explaining complex ideas in a simple coherent way.
Recent Altair Assignments
Recent projects that Matt has been involved in include:
- Client side development support and advice
- Policies and procedures
- Advised and managed OJEU Framework procurement processes
- Delivered a series of rigorous and detailed options appraisals for a local authorities
- Large-scale regeneration projects and effective resident liaison.
Pod – Partner and Co founder – 2008 -2017
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