Landlink Estates is part of the Langmead Group, which is a family-owned business founded by a fifth generation farmer who can trace his farming roots back to the 1590s.
As such, the Langmead Group takes a transgenerational approach to developing its portfolio of fresh food, farming and property businesses. This long-term strategy ensures we maintain a sustainable business model for future generations.
Landlink Estates focuses on managing and developing a growing portfolio. The team is working on projects that are sustainable, innovative, profitable and that look to support and improve the wider community. The company is committed to achieving exceptional asset growth through smart management of our property portfolio.
Paul has a wealth of experience in asset management and property development.
After an eight year career in the Royal Navy, Paul took an MSc in Rural Estate Management at the Royal Agricultural University and has spent the last 20 years managing a series of diverse, commercially driven estates, latterly leading a major, privately-owned portfolio through a decade of sustained growth and considerable organisational change.
Paul joined Landlink Estates in April 2016 to enhance the assets under management and to deliver a range of exceptional development opportunities in a strategic and efficient manner. Paul thrives on drawing multi-disciplinary teams together to create first class developments.
Away from work Paul enjoys all forms of cricket whether playing or watching and trying to keep up with his three sons.
Nick joined Landlink Estates in spring 2019 to lead the asset management of the property investment portfolio, bringing with him significant property & asset management experience.
His broad and in-depth experience has spanned across all principal property sectors throughout the UK. He has spent more than half his property career in client-side roles focussing on managing property portfolios and optimising the opportunities from assets under management.
Prior to joining the Landlink team, Nick was a director in the Asset Services division of CBRE heading the
outsourced property & facilities management team responsible for a major science, office & business park in Oxfordshire.
Previously he was the asset manager for a £250m commercial property investment portfolio, having spent the previous 14 years managing properties and business parks owned by Goodman and Arlington Securities, with the early years of his property career spent in consultancy and client-side roles in London where he qualified as a Chartered Surveyor.
Nick has a degree in Estate Management from Oxford Brookes University and is a member of the Royal
Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS) and the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (CIWFM).
Nick’s role at Landlink is to lead the management of the property investment portfolio, ensuring that assets are managed in an efficient, customer focussed & sustainable manner and all asset enhancement opportunities are maximised.
Andrew joined the business in the summer of 2017 with 17 years’ property experience having held client-side, consultancy and development advisory roles.
Andrew started his career at King Sturge (now Jones Lang LaSalle) and left as a Partner in the Consultancy team but also a Director of the Financial Services team.
He worked on a mix of development consultancy, joint venture and strategic advisory projects for both the public and private sector clients. In 2011 Andrew joined Ernst & Young within the Real Estate Advisory Services team. He led a broad range of projects property projects in the UK and across the globe centred on development, risk management and occupier management.
He has a broad range of experience as well as specific development expertise, his role is to deliver the higher value development opportunities within the business.
Jacintha has been in the property and construction industry since 2007; she started a Post Graduate Diploma in Surveying and joined a commercial building consultancy in the City of London where she qualified as a Chartered Building Surveyor in 2010.
The core focus of activities during this time was professional work such as contract administration, party wall matters, dilapidations and defect diagnosis which supported the refurbishment of large scale offices, historic buildings and complex upgrades of occupied buildings.
Following this period Jacintha worked for a commercial developer in central London as a Project Manager, where the focus was primarily the purchase of brownfield sites for developing industrial units. Using this experience Jacintha continued to work as a Project Manager on the refurbishment of a Grade II* mansion house and surrounding estate.
After relocating to Hampshire from London in 2015, Jacintha joins us to assist in property development & asset management.