At the heart of Native Land’s success and reputation is an experienced and dedicated team of property and finance professionals; many of whom have worked together for over 20 years.

Our team includes specialists in a wide array of disciplines and qualifications including chartered surveyors, financial experts, architects, engineers and sales and marketing professionals.

Native Land is committed to fostering future talent, and looks to give enthusiastic and ambitious students/graduates work experience and internships.  We are able to provide a broad understanding of the industry, whilst learning specific experience across all facets of the development process.



Native Land has a high level corporate commitment to environmental issues and this addresses a range of impacts arising from our development and property management activities including resource use and waste production, pollution, biodiversity, tenant engagement, flood risk and sustainable design and construction.

As a strong advocate of best practice in the built environment, all Native Land developments are built to the highest environmental specification. Native Land’s buildings incorporate sustainability including green roofs, rainwater collection and ground sourced heating and cooling systems.

NEO Bankside incorporates the UK’s deepest energy piles that form an integral part of the heating and cooling systems for the apartments within the development.

Holland Park Villas is being designed to Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4; one of the highest standards within the building industry.

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Currently, Native Land supports the following charitable organisations:

Land Aid: Every year, thousands of young people become homeless. Many are forced to sleep in overcrowded hostels, in cheap B&Bs or on the streets. LandAid is the property industry charity working to end youth homelessness in the UK. It brings together remarkable businesses and individuals across the property industry to support projects delivering life-changing services for young people facing homelessness. By awarding grants and arranging free property expertise for outstanding charities, LandAid helps protect young people on the streets, provide accommodation and training, tackle the root causes of homelessness and give young people a platform to have their voices heard.

Alongside our charitable commitments, Native Land is an active corporate member of leading organisations focussed on the built environment such as the Urban Land Institute and New London Architecture. Through our involvement in these organisations we are able to engage and share best practices in a diverse programme of events and debates relating to the built environment.