News - New Appointments

Martin Sleeuw - Director of Asset Management

Martin Sleeuw

Targetfollow is pleased to announce the appointment of Martin Sleeuw as Director - Asset Management. Martin previously worked for Targetfollow, leading the Asset Management Team for ten years, during which time he assisted with refurbishing and letting Centre Point, London, achieving fully let status for the first time in its history. Martin continued this success story with many other commercial property assets.

Martin left Targetfollow to continue his education in Strategic Carbon Management and Sustainability for Real Estate.

After completing his studies, Martin joined the University of East Anglia's Adapt Low Carbon Group as Commercial Manager for the Centre for the Built Environment, and after completion of the multiple award winning Enterprise Centre project he joined Create Consulting Engineers as Technical Director - Sustainability.

Martin re-joins Targetfollow reporting to Corin Thoday, CEO and will have responsibility for managing all aspects of property investment, development and asset management, promoting energy and environmentally efficient strategies as well as assisting with crowd funding initiatives for current and future projects. Martin will also be responsible for the company's use of social media and communications to promote the business, and oversee Targetfollow's thriving events programme within its portfolio.

George Craig - Assistant Director of Asset Management

George Craig

Targetfollow is also pleased to announce that George Craig, Senior Investment and Asset Manager has been promoted to the position of Associate Director - Asset Management.

This is in recognition of him working intensely on the strategic asset management of the historic Pantiles shopping parade in Royal Tunbridge Wells, one of Targetfollow's significant core assets, and achieving fully let status for the property.

Contact Corin Thoday at Targetfollow on 01603 767616 for further questions comment or questions.

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5th December 2016