Team

Our talented team and strong track record set us up for an exciting future where we continue to deliver places that put people and planet at their core.

Our story

HUB was established in 2012 as a new kind of developer, and from the beginning our ambition was to be big enough to make a positive difference, while being nimble enough to create bespoke solutions.

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Meet our team

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Andrew Cusack

Development Manager

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Anish Kanjiyani

Senior Accountant

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Brad Burridge

Senior Development Manager

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Damien Sharkey

Managing Director

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Edward Cartwright

Chairman

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Gerry Geaves

Company Secretary

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Gordon Mackenzie

Senior Acquisitions Manager

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Isabel Scruby

Development Manager

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Isobel Armstrong

Assistant Development Manager

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Jennifer Macro

Development Manager

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Kate Brown

Head of Marketing

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Lorna Cox

Financial Controller

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Madeleine McCartney

Development Team Coordinator

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Marcio Sugui

Finance Director

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Miles Keeley

Head of Acquisitions

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Robert Sloss

Chief Executive Officer

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Rory Martin

Acquisitions Manager

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Simona Lucaci

Accounts Assistant

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Tim Barlow

Chief Operating Officer

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Tom Stoneham

Senior Development Manager

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Tom Valente

Senior Development Manager

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Victoria Manston

Development Director

Discover our projects

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One Maidenhead

A new public square and mixed use development for Maidenhead town centre

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Beech St

Adapting an office building on the edge of the Barbican Estate to deliver co-living homes

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Abbey Place

Highly energy efficient apartments at the gateway to Thamesmead