JLL hires resi lead from CushWake

James Lockwood joins JLL as its head of residential advisory for its North West office to serve a growing client roster.

He will oversee the team’s secured lending and valuation advisory services, residential consultancy, affordable housing, and retirement living offer. Lockwood replaces Shannon Conway, who moved to Glenbrook in November as a residential director.

Lockwood was previously a partner at Cushman & Wakefield where he was based for over six years. He joined the company as an associate director before being promoted to partner in the residential valuation, development, and agency department.

He has said: “JLL has a global reputation for excellence and its North West office is no different. I’m very much looking forward to working with such a highly regarded team in the region and connecting with its client base.”

JLL recently advised Transport for Greater Manchester on Stockport Exchange.

Steve Hogg, JLL North West’s lead director, said: “The residential advisory team has had a strong year, with our build to rent valuation advice in particular being increasingly sought after.

“We’ve provided advice for both investor and development finance, advising high-profile clients such as Renaker, Town Centre Securities, Barclays, HSBC, and Wells Fargo.

“James joins us at an exciting time, and I’m confident his expertise will help to propel the team even further forwards.”

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