Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has recruited Jonathan Brown to its national Capital Markets team as an Associate Director, seated in Manchester.
Jonathan has a wealth of experience in the North West investment market and joins LSH with a strong client base and a remit to drive its industrial and office sectors forward in Manchester. He will work alongside Capital Markets Director, Scott Gemmell and Senior Surveyor, Lawrence Vaughan to spearhead its local North West charge.
Jonathan’s appointment follows LSH revamping its transactional team, which includes Matthew Pickersgill who leads its office agency team along with the assistance of Surveyor, Luke Hopkins while Guy Jackson heads up its industrial team with the support of Laurence Davies. Ian Scott remains National Head for Built to Rent (BTR) and PRS, alongside an established hotels & leisure team consisting of Hugh Anderson, Martin Davis and Daniel Whittaker.
Guy Jackson, Head of Manchester’s Transactional Team and Director – Industrial and Logistics, at LSH, commented:
“We are delighted that Jonathan has joined our Capital Markets team. His experience and network of contacts will be of huge benefit to the team. Jonathan will focus specifically on capital market opportunities in the industrial and office sectors, while working across Manchester feeding into the wider national capital markets team. We now have a dynamic, experienced and active transactional team in Manchester who are actively growing in the North West region achieving excellent results on behalf of our clients.”
Jonathan Brown, Associate Director – LSH added:
“When Guy approached me to help drive LSH’s industrial and office investment focus in Manchester, the move was an easy one to make. With young, dynamic and highly motivated teams throughout its Manchester office, I’m extremely excited by the prospect of providing a market leading service to our fantastic clients. I hope to the hit ground running, working alongside Scott and Lawrence, to build on our client base in an increasingly buoyant transactional market.”