LandSec loses senior London trio


23 July 2016
– by Sheka Vyas

Three senior members of Land Securities’ London portfolio team are leaving the company.


Head of investment Tom Elliott, West End portfolio director Ben Ridgwell and head of development management Oliver Gardiner are joining other firms.

Elliott leaves LandSec after more than 11 years, first overseeing the City portfolio and then investment for all of London. He is joining McKay Securities as head of property and will oversee the investment, asset management and development of the McKay portfolio in London and the South East.

Elliott succeeds Steven Mew, who is joining Great Portland Estates.

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Ridgwell will become head of asset management and property development at Derwent London after six years at LandSec. He said the move was not driven by a change in strategy at LandSec, adding that he had been offered a “fantastic opportunity” at Derwent.

Gardiner was unavailable for comment on his exit from the firm.

It is understood that LandSec intends to replace those leaving.

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