Andrew is responsible for almost €2bn of
healthcare real estate investments for AXA IMRA.
During more than 20 years in healthcare and real
estate investment and lending, he’s been a
partner at Lodestone Capital, Investment
Director at the UK private hospital operator
Circle, and responsible for European healthcare
real estate investing and lending at GE Capital.
Gavin has 15 years of experience in real estate
investment and development, working for
institutional investment and development firms.
Previously Gavin was an Associate Partner at real
estate private equity fund Brockton Capital,
London. Prior to Brockton, Gavin was a Senior
Vice President at Mesirow Financial Real Estate,
Chicago, responsible over a four-year period for
residential and mixed-use developments.
Robin has almost 30 years’ experience in raising
debt and equity capital in public and private
markets from institutional investors across the
world. Prior to joining Schroder in 2018, he spent
six years at InfraRed Capital Partners. He was
previously engaged in similar activities at CBRE
Capital Advisors, Probitas Partners and Rothschild.
Will joined Retirement Villages Group in April
2019. He was previously Executive Director at
Grosvenor Group. He has also been Chair of the
Mayfair Forum, responsible for creating one of
London’s first Neighbourhood Plans, and a board
member of the New West End Company. Will is
also a Trustee of the Old Royal Naval College.
Kevin has been committed to the retirement
living sector for the past 15 years, as both a
developer and an operator. Before joining the
Octopus Healthcare Executive Management
Team in January 2018, Kevin was an Executive
Director and Group Board Member at One
Housing Group, leading their healthcare
Honor joined Birchgrove, a specialist ageexclusive
developer building assisted-living
developments for rent in 2018. She believes
renting rather than owning a home to be the
most liberating form of tenure, allowing
residents to retain their independence without
the burdens of home ownership.
Jeremy was formerly national lead for housing at
the Department of Health responsible for its then
Extra Care Housing capital programme and
known for his thought leadership. After leaving
the department, he founded the independent
Housing LIN, bringing together over 40,000
housing, health and social care professionals in
England and Wales to exemplify innovative
housing solutions for an ageing population.
Carly is an architectural designer, researcher, and
fellow of the MIT AgeLab. Her work is focused on
inclusive environments that are radically accessible
and wildly engaging for all ages. Her work and talks
champion design as a tool to enable and empower
people of all ages and abilities.
Jenny is an expert within PRP's later-living team with
extensive knowledge in the area of housing design.
She has delivered award-winning schemes covering
a range of specialist provision for older people,
mental health and learning disabilities including
intergenerational living, retirement housing,
housing with care, care homes, day centres and
design for dementia.
Dominic is an architect who has been designing
and constructing buildings for older people for
over a decade. His focus is on delivering beautiful
buildings that are desirable places to live and that
improve quality of life for their residents.
Anthony is a leading expert in the nursing home
and retirement living property markets. He is also
highly involved in agency work, particularly in the
sale of land for new healthcare assets and
retirement housing developments. Prior to
joining the team at JLL back in 2013, Anthony
had almost 20 years of experience in the
A passionate advocate of uniting the generations,
Judith is intergenerational lead at the UK's first colocated
nursery within a care home, Nightingale
Hammerson. She now supports others to develop
a variety of intergenerational models. A school
governor, Judith was awarded an MBE for services
to early-years education in 2010.
Michael established ARCO on behalf of its
founding members in 2012, and is a regular
contributor to parliamentary inquiries, sector
conferences and the press. ARCO’s work is
focused on tackling issues around regulation and
policy, self-regulation, public awareness and
supply of high quality retirement communities.
Prior to ARCO, Michael worked as a public
sector consultant and journalist.
Stephen founded United for all Ages in 2010,
aiming to bring communities of old and young
together. He was previously Chief Executive of
two national care charities and the leader of a
London borough. He has been Trustee and Chair
of national and local charities and is chair of
Finance at North Norfolk NHS Clinical
Liz is a qualified consultant of 25 years’
experience in law and town planning. By
background she is a planning solicitor. She
makes proposals to bring planning strategy,
health and wellbeing together in the context of
policy, guidance and regulation. Her experience
includes working for private developers, the
Mayor of London, the London Assembly and
Gary has more than 30 years’
experience in retirement housing. He has sat on
numerous committees and research steering
groups, most recently the HAPPI 3 Inquiry Panel led
by Lord Best and the Welsh Government’s Expert
Group on Housing an Ageing Population in Wales.
Maria is the UK Cohousing Network’s Senior
Cohousing Ambassador, and a trustee of the UK
Cohousing Network Trust. A former academic,
she works with the OWCH (Older Women’s
Cohousing) Group, the UK’s first and only Senior
Cohousing Community so far.
Maria is an expert on co-housing across Europe
and the US, advocating this way of living both for
older people and for societies confronting the
challenge of ageing.
Carl has nearly 35 years' experience in planning and
development, with a particular focus on retail and
mixed-use regeneration projects. Carl also promotes
housing, care homes, crematoria, and significant
commercial developments - including the biggest
print works in the world for News Group UK. He is
also the recipient of the Anthony London Law Prize.
Johnny Sandelson is an award-winning British
property developer and investor with over 25
years of experience in the London real estate
market. Founder of Auriens and co-founder of
Westbourne Capital Partners, he is focused on
deal origination, brand building and adding
value through an entrepreneurial approach to
real estate development.
Jamie has been Chief Executive at Inspired
Villages since 2014. He is also a founding partner
at TPS Development and Project Management.
James Fenner is the founder of the marketing
consultancy Silk Road. He has an innate desire for
the property industry to become customer centric
and future focused – from product design to
marketing. He advises clients on creating a customer -
and future-proofed product and effective marketing.
Justin founded Kohab in 2018. This
intergenerational living venture brings old and
young to live together in mutual support. It was
inspired by his observation that old people have
an aversion to living in retirement living ‘age
ghettos’. He previously worked in the Alternative
Investment team at JLL.
Nigel has extensive expertise designing schemes
for all age groups. He is passionate about multigenerational
living and has been one of the
driving forces behind Pozzoni’s designs for a
theoretical high-rise, mixed-use scheme with
senior and general needs living alongside care,
leisure, a primary school and other community
facilities. Nigel is also part of the Greater
Manchester Combined Authority’s Ageing Hub
‘Housing & Planning Group’.
Nigel has broad experience across sectors
spanning health, premium care and nursing
homes, education, residential and leisure
facilities having set up London bases for both
Saunders and Bond Bryan Architects. He is a
RIBA Chartered Architect and a RIBA Client
Design Advisor with a dual qualification in town
and regional planning.
Kevin is a Chartered Director with the Institute of
Directors and joined Audley in May 2013,
progressing to his current position as Managing
Director Development in 2017. Kevin is
responsible for the Development arm of the
business. His key responsibilities include
construction, planning, real estate sales, all
related financing and budgets. He is also a Non-
Executive Director for Two Rivers Housing.
Guy is a real estate partner at national law firm
Irwin Mitchell, with over 20 years’ experience in
commercial and residential development. His
practice is focused on key residential sub-sectors
being strategic land, retirement living, build to
rent and student accommodation, acting for a
number of leading developers, promoters and
operators. He also has significant experience in
large scale residential-led mixed use
regeneration schemes and heads up the firm’s
Retirement Living team.
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