Andrew started his property career in 1981 with Edward Erdman where he qualified as a Chartered Surveyor. In 1984 he joined what is now JLL, embarking on 32 years at the firm. He held various leadership roles at JLL including UK Deputy Chairman. Andrew led National Investment and prior to that headed the English Capital Markets Group, which included retail, office, industrial and portfolio investment as well as corporate finance, auctions and residential. He sat on JLL’s English Board.
In 2016 he was appointed Chief Executive of The Howard de Walden Estate, a private family owned property company with gross assets valued in excess of £4bn. All its property is within 92 acres of London’s Marylebone district.
In 2008/2009, Andrew was Chairman of the Investment Property Forum, the leading UK Property Investment organisation for some 2,000 individual members who are senior professionals active in the property investment market. Andrew is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS) and a former Chairman of the RICS Commercial Forum. He has a BSc in Estate Management and an Honorary Doctorate from Oxford Brookes University. He is a Trustee of The University College of Estate Management, Tenterden Day Centre, and an advisor to The Tim Henman Foundation