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Argent Related hires senior office leasing lead for Brent Cross South
11 March 2020

Argent Related hires senior office leasing lead for Brent Cross South

Leading urban regeneration business, developer and investor Argent Related has appointed an Office Leasing Lead for its 180-acre Brent Cross South project. Piers Nickalls will join the company in April from Savills, where he was a Director, and will take forward the leasing of the project’s 3 million square feet of commercial space, part of a new town centre for north London.

“We are delighted to have Piers on board. Brent Cross South is one of the largest and most exciting regeneration projects in the capital: in addition to a new Thameslink station, 6,700 new homes and a variety of other uses and amenities, it will provide new Grade A office space for more than 25,000 people, transforming the area into a thriving destination with a strong daytime economy. Piers’ skill and experience will be invaluable as we develop relationships with a broad range of businesses who will benefit from Brent Cross South’s location, buildings and strong lifestyle offer for employees,” said Nick Searl, Argent Related Partner and Joint CEO of the Brent Cross South project.

Piers, who was at Savills for 23 years, has been part of the leasing team for some of London’s largest and most internationally renowned workspace schemes, including Chiswick Park, Wembley Park and Ruskin Square in Croydon.

He said, “Since starting my career as a graduate at Savills I’ve been fortunate enough to be involved in some of London’s foremost, multi award-winning regeneration projects that have set new standards for connectivity, quality and value. Argent Related provides an exciting opportunity to help bring the vision for Brent Cross South to life. This new development is set to become an extraordinary business ecosystem. Its proximity to central London, mixed-use nature and the quality of its buildings will be attractive to forward-thinking companies of all sizes, providing a new district in which to build relationships and redefine how they do business.”

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