Leading London residential and mixed use development company Native Land has announced the promotion of James Henderson to Development Director and Dan Clarke to Associate Director.
James Henderson joined Native Land in spring 2007 from Taylor Woodrow, where he was a Board Director. Since joining Native Land he has principally been involved in negotiating acquisitions on behalf of the company.
Dan Clarke started his career as an architect, becoming a member of RIBA in 1999, and worked for a range of clients while at EPR architects and latterly Adamson Associates. After completing an MSc in property development at South Bank University he worked for Canary Wharf before joining Native Land when the company was founded in 2003.
Dan is principally engaged in the development management of Native Land’s Project Bankside scheme. The scheme, a joint venture with Grosvenor, which is designed by Stirling prize winning practice, Richard Rogers Partnership, comprises 230 apartments in 5 buildings ranging in height from 5 to 24 storeys. Planning consent was granted in early 2007 and construction is scheduled to begin in spring 2008.
Alasdair Nicholls, Chief Executive, Native Land, commented : “James and Dan have both made major contributions to our team over the past year and will be playing increasingly significant roles as our portfolio expands.”