Power Station development chief exits Battersea to set-up a consultancy
David Twohig is leaving his role as Chief Development Officer at Battersea Power Station at the end of the year, to launch his own consultancy venture
Jamie Lester, founder of estate agency Haus, is now offering sales & marketing advice to property developers
Nick Williams, who was Development Director on Candy & Candy's One Hyde Park from 2005 to 2011, has joined Wates Residential as Production Director.
Dominic Grace is leaving Savills after nearly four decades to set up his own property consultancy.
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