Alasdair Nicholls, Chairman and Chief Executive of Native Land, has been accredited by the Daily Telegraph and the Evening Standard as one of property’s most influential people. Alasdair featured in both the Telegraph’s Property Power List 2013 , a collection of England’s 25 most significant property professionals, and the Evening Standard Power 1000.
Alasdair co-founded Native Land in 2003, having previously held the position of Managing Director at Taylor Woodrow Capital Developments. In just 10 years, Alasdair has worked to turn Native Land into an outstanding residential development company.
Over the last two years, Alasdair has played a significant role in securing valuable funding for Native Land, using his international property experience to form strategic relationships with joint venture partners and co investors across the world. The creation of iconic London schemes, such as NEO Bankside, was also a contributing factorto the Evening Standard and the Telegraph recognising Alasdair’s input to the UK property market.
With further residential schemes underway, including the prestigious Campden Hill development in Holland Park, Native Land and Alasdair Nicholls are well positioned for further growth and success in 2014.