Neil Jeeves has a varied career background that provides him with excellent leadership, management, organisational and commercial skills: Serving in the British Army from 1974 – 1998 in numerous theatres around the world, in a number of diverse and challenging operational, logistics and administrative roles.
On leaving the Army in August 1998 he took up a position working for a high-net-worth entrepreneur in commercial property-real estate. This was the start point for twenty-two year’s (on the coal face) experience gained in a very challenging and continually evolving commercial property-real estate market. Responsibilities included acquiring, disposing, managing a mixed portfolio of 80 commercial properties valued at circa £300 millions with a rent roll of circa £8.5 millions from 250 tenants. Portfolio comprised of; Industrial, office & retail properties located across the UK.
In March 2009 Neil set up his own commercial property-real estate consultancy business; - “Greenfield Asset & Property Management”. Greenfield provides asset and property management services to clients, which include private property investors, small, medium sized firms, banks and administrator’s whom are seeking solutions for distressed assets. Clients comprise of both landlords and tenants; this allows Greenfield to assess and understand (from both sides) the brief. He is well connected within the industry with strong analytical and problem-solving skills. The business strives in delivering commercial solutions for its clients.
Recent briefs-projects include, working with the UK’s leading high street AGC operator delivering exit solutions from numerous unprofitable sites, this had a cashflow (positive) impact adding £2.2 million per annum to the business bottom line. Working on a new Asset and Property Management brief on offices valued at circa £73.5 millions and a rent roll of; - £3.8 millions in the City of London. Working in partnership with a HNW client to deliver an ESCO solution for a private wire-utility network on a 220-acre site in Kent, this will deliver in excess of £20 millions of value through a JV platform.
Neil is an active member of the Institute of Directors (IOD).