Journal Native Land Grows Senior Leadership Team with Five Promotions

Journal — November 19, 2020

Native Land Grows Senior Leadership Team with Five Promotions

Journal — November 19, 2020 Native Land Grows Senior Leadership Team with Five Promotions


Last quarter, Native Land has made five new promotions to bolster its senior leadership team. The promotions come as the company leads the way with a major mixed-use, residential and commercial development portfolio in the UK, notably including the £1billion Bankside Yards development, South Kensington Station, OneThreeSix and TwentyFive within the Portman Estate and Kilmuir House in Westminster.

The new Managing Director positions include:

  • Sophia Jarvie, Managing Director, Prime Residential Development
  • Jay Squier, Managing Director, Commercial and Mixed-Use Development
  • Finn Carew, Managing Director, Investments
  • Robert Harris, Managing Director, Acquisitions

In addition, Mark Campbell, previously Sales Manager, will become Head of Private Transactions.

Commenting on the announcements, Native Land’s CEO Alasdair Nicholls said: “Our senior leadership team has been at the core of our successes at Native Land. As we strategically expand our portfolio and bring forward major developments, the strength and expertise of our team will continue to generate significant value to Native Land and our co-investors.”

Previously Development Director for Holland Park Villas in Kensington and Cheyne Terrace in Chelsea, since joining in 2009 Sophia Jarvie has overseen some of London’s most recognised prime residential projects. Sophia is currently leading on the development of South Kensington Station and TwentyFive on the Portman Estate.

Jay Squier has 13 years’ experience leading complex residential and mixed-use developments in central London. At Native Land he led the planning and delivery of Burlington Gate, a prime residential and retail development in Mayfair. He now heads up the company’s commercial aspect of Bankside Yards, a 1.4 million sq ft mixed-use development in central London, combining business, culture and living. His track record also includes 5 years working with Grosvenor in London, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Tokyo.

Finn Carew leads in identifying investment opportunities for the company as it further establishes itself as a mixed-use developer. Finn joined in 2018 from Pinnacle Group, where he focused on residential-led regeneration projects in London, as well as overseeing the commercial aspects. Prior to this, he spent eight years in Hong Kong, Singapore and the Philippines overseeing residential joint ventures, as well as focusing on residential-led regeneration projects in London.

Robert Harris has been with Native Land since it was founded in 2003 and has been integral to the company’s growth and purchasing of major London sites. Robert will continue to lead on site acquisitions, financial analyses and funding structures for Native Land’s recent acquisitions.

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