neil kelly partner head of residential development eastern
Partner, Head of Residential Development - Eastern

Neil has over 16 years’ property experience and is the Head of the Residential Development Eastern team in Cambridge.

Neil has substantial experience in residential development having recently joined from a PLC housebuilder, where he was a Regional Director responsible for a team that acquired land across the east and south-east of England with a gross development value of over £1bn.

He offers advice in the disposal and acquisition of residential development land for landowners and developers, identifying opportunities to optimise value and enhance marketability. 

Neil also specialises in development land and viability appraisals, valuation advice, and the promotion and preparation of strategic residential sites for disposal.

Recent projects

University of Cambridge, North West Cambridge Development 

North West Cambridge Development is the largest single capital development project that the University of Cambridge has undertaken in its 800-year history.  It will deliver a 3,000 dwelling urban extension to the north western fringe of Cambridge.  Neil acts on behalf of the University of Cambridge, providing valuation advice as well as advising on the disposal strategy for residential market land parcels, in addition to procuring the appointment of development partners.

Trinity College, Cambridge, Dunsfold Park 

Dunsfold Park will deliver 1,800 homes as a new garden village set within the Surrey green belt.  Neil acts on behalf of Trinity College, identifying opportunities to optimise the value and marketability of the planning permission.  In addition, he is providing valuation advice and advising on the optimal disposal strategy for residential market land parcels. 

United Colleges Group, Campus Disposal 

Neil acts on behalf of United Colleges Group on a surplus campus disposal and land swap, providing valuation advice and advising on the optimal structure for the disposal.


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