Property consultant GCW has announced four new appointments, bringing on board new talent to help the team build on its town centre expertise and respond to the needs of a growing client base.
Chris Kenealy and George Cook have joined GCW’s Owner team advising Owners and Stakeholder clients on a range of existing projects. Kenealy previously worked in a multidisciplinary role for a Midlands-based practice, with particular experience in areas including lease advisory, business rates and compulsory purchase. Meanwhile, Cook has three years of cross-sector agency expertise under his belt with a West End firm.
Charlie Hanrahan is a Real Estate graduate of Nottingham Trent University and joins GCW’s busy Occupier team. Another recent graduate, Will Mead, is supporting the Investment team on acquisitions and disposals of town centre assets, having completed his Master’s degree in Real Estate at London’s Cass Business School.
GCW Partner Nick Warr, said: “We are excited to be welcoming new members of the team to help us manage future growth. The appointments build on an already strong talent pool, and we will continue investing in our people and capabilities to maximise value and provide the best strategic advice for our clients.”