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Planning and development consultancy Montagu Evans continues to grow its Strategic Advisory team with the appointment of Adam Caplan as Partner.  

Caplan will deliver complex strategic projects across public and private sectors, working closely with Montagu Evans’ clients who need specialist advice. He will provide surveying and consultancy skills to provide joined-up solutions from the early stages of any planning and development project to bring about positive change. He joins the partnership from CBRE, where he was a Director in its Strategic Transformation team delivering advisory and transaction-based projects for clients, landlords and investors. 

Montagu Evans’ 15-strong Strategic Advisory team works with a breadth of public and private sector clients to solve complex problems and unlock challenges that help to improve the performance of clients’ real estate and the business operations that support it. It works with a diverse range of clients, including the GLA across the Royal Docks Enterprise Zone, Network Rail, London Borough of Lambeth, LaSalle Investment Management, CEG and The Crown Estate in order to create the vision, enable development and evolve places to ensure that place-making initiatives are financially viable, well-designed, market-oriented, community-driven and effectively managed.​ 

Isabel Miller has recently joined the same team as a Research Analyst reporting to Montagu Evans’ Head of Strategic Insight, Jon Neale. Morgan Reece, also in Strategic Advisory, who specialises in socio and economic development, was promoted to Partner on 1 April this year. 

Jenny Rydon, Partner at Montagu Evans and head of its Strategic Advisory team, said: “As the sector evolves and markets continue to shift, we have seen organisational priorities begin to better align their real estate with their corporate objectives against a backdrop of social, environmental and economic aspects where the measurable impact is greater than the commercial drivers. This means that early-stage strategic advice and an in-depth understanding of client operations is critical to tackling complex issues with creativity and collaboration. 

“Adam will be particularly good at developing a broad understanding of client challenges and bringing together the right specialist teams from within our partnership to creatively identify and implement the right solutions. He will be able to draw on his experience across both the public and private sectors – from business owners and major landlords to public sector bodies and occupiers – to share learnings and innovations in order to add meaningful value across the board.”

Adam is a Fellow of the RICS.


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