RivingtonHark are pleased to welcome John Gard as Development and Asset Manager as the business continues to expand.

As part of its continued expansion RivingtonHark has recruited John Gard as Development and Asset Manager.

John joins from U+I PLC where he led the £120m mixed-use regeneration proposals of Shepherds Bush Market, formulated and oversaw the optimisation of Deptford Market Yard’s commercial premises including offices, retail units, F&B units and a 25,000sq ft market yard, as well as advising and assisting on notable projects such as Caxton Works and Cambridge Northern Fringe East.

John’s role sits in the development team where his focus is on a number of RivingtonHark’s development, placemaking and transformation projects.

David Lewis comments “With 2020 being such a challenging year for so many, we are very pleased to be able to strengthen our team with the recruitment of John. John brings a diverse set of skills which complement many of the development, placemaking and transformation projects we are working on.

John Gard comments “I’m thrilled to be joining Rivington Hark at such an exciting time. Having watched the business develop over the last 2 years, I’m really looking forward to working with the whole team on some incredible projects, adding value where possible and getting stuck in!”