GIA recruits partner
Nicola Hensey has returned to the chartered surveyor after nine years with as a director at London-based Point 2 consultancy.
Hensey first joined GIA Surveyors in 2008 before leaving for Point 2 in 2011. In her return to GIA as a partner, she will be working to grow the company’s business around rights of light, daylight, shadow, light pollution, solar reflection, and sunlight advisory.
Though operating out of GIA’s Manchester and London offices, her main focus will be on the consultancy’s Northern business.
Hensey said she was excited to return to GIA.
“This is a great opportunity to share my acquired knowledge and experience with colleagues and contacts both old and new,” she said.
“I’m particularly looking forward to building on the great projects we work on in the North, helping our clients to achieve their development aspirations.”
Regarding Hensey’s return, GIA Manchester managing partner Sam Wallis said: “I’m delighted that Nicola has joined us as a senior member of the team, bringing a wealth of experience on some major projects as we continue to strengthen our offering and deliver first-class solutions for our growing client base.”
In addition to Manchester and London, GIA also has offices in Bristol, Belfast, and Dublin.
Recent North West projects for GIA include Henley Investment Management’s proposed 264-metre skyscraper in Salford, Marco Living and Axis Real Estate’s approved 261-apartment 1NQ in Manchester, and the £73m Marine Lakes Events Centre in Southport.