Iain MacSween has joined Hallam Land Management as Regional Manager based in our central London South East regional office.
Iain joins from CEG where he was Head of Projects for their Midlands region. In this role he was responsible for managing the acquisition, planning, development, promotional and sales related activities on numerous sites within CEG’s Midlands land portfolio. Iain is passionate about the strategic land sector of the development industry and has a track record of securing land opportunities for a mix of uses, with a particular focus and interest in master planning, site capacity and efficiency, viability and approach to land sales.
At Hallam, Iain will be responsible for the identification, promotion and disposal of land development opportunities within the South East geographical area. Beyond the South East, he will have a role in the project management of other existing large and complex projects.
Iain becomes part of the team in London led by Ruth McKeown, Director. Iain will work collaboratively with Ruth and will offer technical support and leadership to the other members of the South-East Team; Tom Wilsher, Charlie Reynolds, Matthew Jedruch and Nikki Woodward.
Hallam Land Management is a part of the Henry Boot Group of Companies.
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