Creating Optimal Value across Infrastructure & Real Estate Markets
Adds Arshad – Managing Partner
Building on experience of leading specialist, Infrastructure investment vehicles, Adds established Warwick 3P in 2007 to facilitate the independent provision of innovative PPP services. An Asset Constructor by background, Adds has fulfilled a number of senior executive roles including at Chief Executive & Director level, with large multinational Constructors, Infrastructure Investors, Operators & Real Estate Developers across a wide variety of sub-markets. In the Infrastructure sector, Adds has established an intermediary role, providing independent support to both public & private sectors to ensure that high quality, high value & transparent transactions are enacted. Adds' work in the Social Infrastructure market has included review & remodelling of state owned assets & real estate including how best to unlock latent value through creative partnering solutions. As well as a managing interest in all core Warwick 3P services, Adds also supports a growing portfolio of engineering, technology & SME businesses as a Non Executive Director & Strategic Adviser.
Andrew Mather – Transformation & Municipal Infrastructure
With expertise in Local Authority governance, Andrew has over 25 years experience of working at the heart of large metropolitan authorities including eleven years as a Chief Officer with Bradford City Council. Andrew has significant experience of managing the political-public-professional interface which characterises decision making in complex organisations. In addition to delivering services in areas as diverse as committee administration & democratic services, Andrew's skills have been called upon in a range of activities including Best Value procurement reviews, a successful secondment to Central Government advising on Competition, PPP participation, Capital Investment management and Governance Reviews.
Nigel Cunis – Real Estate & Community Dividend Trustee
A Real Estate professional with a Fund Management background and 20 years experience in the Development & Regeneration sector including as Chief Executive of an early LABV and Head of Asset Strategy & Portfolio Management at a leading Local Authority. Nigel has considerable experience of developing and operating Real Estate based Partnerships that include brownfield redevelopment, industrial joint ventures and community regeneration PPPs. As former Managing Director of a successful Development business, Nigel has partnered with many of the country's leading Investors & Developers and together with Stakeholders delivered successfully across the Regeneration agenda. Nigel is voluntary Trustee of the Warwick 3P Community Dividend Trust, representing public sector interests in Real Estate partnerships to ensure that critical public assets are safeguarded and hosting communities are appropriately supported across Regeneration initiatives.
Geof Beesley – Real Estate Spatial Planning
Geof is an experienced, spatial planning consultant in the Social Infrastructure sector specialising in Project Leadership and the development of Project Briefs to enable design teams to develop fully integrated, built environment solutions. The process of developing a good quality Functional Brief, a clear Adjacency Plan and a corresponding Schedule of Accommodation are key for any development project to succeed. It is this process that Geof champions and pursues to ensure that the Outputs of the project are directly related to the manner in which the building function needs to perform, especially in the area of Staff Efficiency. Combining a Project Management and Architectural background, Geof has led on some of the UK's most complex and demanding Social Infrastructure projects including PFI and Treasury funded schemes in Acute, Primary and Mental Healthcare sub-markets. Geof is also a Partner of Fusion Health LLP, a specialist planning organisation working in partnership with both public & private sectors to deliver service planning solutions, capital development programmes and estate rationalisation projects.