Tim Aitchison, Gayle Taylor and Gary Allen, Gateley, p Gateley

From left: Tim Aitchison, Gayle Taylor, and Gary Allen. Credit: via Gateley

Gateley Vinden strengthens building consultancy team 

Tim Aitchison and Gary Allen have been appointed as directors, joining from Cushman & Wakefield and CBRE respectively. 

The pair have joined Gateley Vinden’s Manchester building consultancy team. 

Prior to joining Gateley Vinden, Aitchison had headed up the building consultancy team at Cushman & Wakefield for six years and also spent a total of 15 years in senior roles at JLL. 

In his new role, Aitchison will lead and grow the differentiated service offering of the building consultancy team in the North West. 

Allen spent six years at CBRE before making the move to Gateley Vinden, where he headed up the project and cost management team in the North.  

He has also held senior roles with Mace and Turner & Townsend.  

Allen will strengthen Gateley Vinden’s project management and cost consultancy offering across the North West, as well as nationally, the company said. 

Gayle Taylor, director and head of building, project, and cost consultancy for Gateley Vinden, said: “After an extremely successful year, it is clear that there are significant opportunities in the market and so it’s the right time to bring new senior appointments on board to drive further growth.  

“Both Tim and Gary have strong pedigrees in their respective disciplines, which will strengthen our full-service offering.”  

Gateley Vinden specialises in consultancy services for all aspects of the built environment and is part of professional services group, Gateley. The team advises developers, investors, landlords, and occupiers, across the country in offices in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Nottingham, and Bolton. 

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