Nick Sellman: Chief Executive Officer


As an experienced property developer with a specific focus on urban regeneration, Nick has been responsible for a series of redevelopment schemes in strategic locations across the UK. Having recognised the diminished value of London development, Nick established a business model to supply market rental housing (to the City workforce in key commuter locations) by converting redundant office space to residential apartment units. These schemes have now been rolled out in key locations across the West Midlands, Milton Keynes, Bedford, Peterborough and Sussex, producing over 500 residential units.

Kevin Sharkey: Chief Finance Office


A qualified chartered accountant, Kevin has been involved in the construction industry since 2003.
He has been involved in large-scale development projects across a variety of sectors including residential, healthcare, education, and defence sectors. Kevin has also personally delivered a number of small to medium-sized residential projects. He is also head of developments at Key Land Developments, created to support the delivery of quality homes in response to the strong and growing housing demand in the UK.

Jamie Sellman: Chief Operations Officer


Jamie’s experience stems from building services, master planning and large-scale infrastructure projects. He has over 15 years’ experience in the construction industry where he has been responsible for delivering multi-disciplined projects in university, residential and health care sectors. Moving on to project management and deal structuring, Jamie has played a pivotal role in delivering over 2,000 residential units consisting of PRS, build-to-sell and student schemes.
Jamie has a practical approach and is extremely experienced in the development process, from concept through to design, construction and on to completion. Whilst bringing a wealth of knowledge to the design process and implementation on site, Jamie also analyses the financial aspects of any deal from valuations to project costs.

Peter Steer: Finance Director


Peter is a chartered accountant and former management consultant with senior-level experience in finance, organisational development, strategic planning, business planning, risk management, process re-engineering and general management across a wide range of sectors.
Having qualified with the old Coopers & Lybrand, following a period in industry, he returned to PwC Consulting for six years prior to forming his own niche consultancy, PSConsulting, in 2002. He combined this with a director role with real estate consultancy Invigour from 2009. In 2014 he joined niche London-based developer Generator Group as finance director. Over the next five years through a period of significant growth, he led the finance, contract, legal, HR and administration functions for the group, supported major structural advances and secured equity and debt funding for a range of property development projects totalling over £60 million, while reorganising and expanding the finance team to incorporate new roles and functions.

Jenny Loynton: Legal Director


As owner of law firm Loynton & Co Solicitors, Jenny has established a reputation as one of the Midlands’ top lawyers. While an equity partner at Garner, Canning & Co Solicitors, she set up a branch oice within the Wing Yip Business Centre in Birmingham, serving the Chinese community. She le the partnership to establish her own business and has gone on to gain recognition for her considerable commercial skills, being nominated for Business Woman of the Year in 2017. Jenny is an avid supporter of several charities and is a former governor of Birmingham City University, a governor of Bromsgrove School and is on the board of the Ikon Gallery. In 2010, she was appointed Her Majesty’s Deputy Lieutenant of and for the West Midlands.

Nicholas Christofi: Funding Director


Nicholas has over 10 years’ experience in real estate debt advisory, with a primary focus on structured property development finance. He has arranged debt in different asset classes including residential new-build development, permitted development, student accommodation and mixed-use schemes. He has arranged funding utilising senior debt, mezzanine finance and equity to get maximum leverage within the capital stack. Nicholas’ expertise and relationships lie within the space of £10 million to £50 million of debt which includes a range of lenders from mainstream banks, challenger banks and family offices as well as mezzanine finance houses and high net worth individuals.