The Land Trust’s Business Development team are responsible for acquiring new sites and bringing them under the Trust’s long-term ownership and management. The team has a wide variety of skills and experience and work with a variety of different partners to come up with land management solutions.
Euan Hall – Chief Executive
Euan Hall is a Chartered Surveyor with over 30 years’ experience in Economic Development and Regeneration. Euan has been Chief Executive of the Land Trust since launch in 2004. Euan started his career working for Glasgow District Council on the GEAR (Glasgow Eastern Area Renewal) project, and after a long spell in the private sector joined Scottish Enterprise as Head of Property in 1992.
Subsequently he became English Partnerships (now Homes England) Divisional Director with responsibility for the National Coalfields Programme, (responsible for the restoration of over 100 coalfields across England) and joint ventures, one of which became the Land Trust. Euan is a strong advocate for long term investment in public open spaces and over the last sixteen years, has driven the Land Trust in building its robust model for successfully managing public open space in a sustainable way.
Alan Carter – Director of Operations
Alan Carter is Director of Operations for the Land Trust. Alan is responsible for the Land Trust’s estates portfolio, ensuring that our sites are managed safely and efficiently, but most importantly delivers measurable and sustainable impacts across all five charitable aims for the local communities who live and work around the sites. Alan also has responsibility for overseeing the work of the Business Development team, providing an important link between Business Development and Estates Management team as a new site transfers to the Land Trust.
Alan is a qualified chartered surveyor and prior to his current role, worked for British Waterways (now the Canal and River Trust) as a Business Development Manager.
Trevor Adey – Head of Business Development
Trevor Adey is Head of Business Development for the Land Trust, a national land management charity with responsibility for 70 green spaces across England. Trevor joined the Land Trust after 12 years at Savills in Manchester, where as a Director of Planning he advised landowners, developers and financial institutions on a wide range of town and country planning issues, promoting large-scale commercial and retail developments, strategic land and immediate residential schemes.
Trevor is now responsible for acquiring new open space opportunities for the Land Trust, turning unloved former industrial, waste and coalfield sites into valued community assets; and promoting the Trust’s rapidly growing residential service charge business through partnerships with some of the country’s largest landowners, promoters and developers on major urban expansions, new settlements, garden communities and regeneration sites.
Jeremy Brookes – Head of Business Development
Jeremy Brookes is a Chartered Surveyor with over thirty years’ professional experience. He joined the Land Trust in 2019 and is heading a concerted effort to win business from the top land promoters and Local Authorities in the South. He has dialogue with many companies who are working their schemes through the Planning system in order to meet the current strong demand for housing. This includes a number of the new Garden Towns and Villages which will produce many thousands of new housing units.
Jeremy was previously Head of Estates at a FTSE top 20 company for ten years and Partner at GVA (Avison Young) for twelve years. He has a wide experience of the property sector and his work has always been primarily transaction focused.
Joe Heath – Business Development Manager
Joe Heath is Development Manager for the Land Trust with responsibility for acquiring new sites. He has considerable experience on Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace (SANG) while he has detailed knowledge on implementing service charge across strategic residential developments from 1,000-5,000 units, including Healthy New Towns and Garden Communities. Recently Joe has led on the delivery of the Land Trust’s strategy for Biodiversity Net Gain, focusing on how we can acquire future sites that incorporate the delivery of net gain.
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