Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), Real Assets has £24.9bn of AUM, actively investing and managing assets across commercial property, private residential, infrastructure, lending and corporate credit.
As a residential investor, L&G’s business plan is to disrupt the existing model by owning and managing rental properties for the long term. Since launching an open-ended Build to Rent (BtR) Fund in 2016, L&G has secured £1.3bn to develop a significant UK portfolio of purpose built, private rented residential accommodation in key urban regeneration areas.
To date, they have secured 7 sites in Leeds, Bristol, Bath, Walthamstow, Birmingham, Salford and Brighton. Targeting schemes of 150+ units, their award-winning BtR platform has a pipeline of almost 2,000 homes with a target of 6,000 units in planning, development or operation by the end of 2019.
Having successfully launched their first scheme (www.theslateyard.com) and with several more equally ambitious schemes opening in 2018, they are seeking a proactive and innovative Senior Asset Manager to join their rapidly expanding BTR team. Reporting to the Fund Manager – Build to Rent, the successful candidate will be instrumental in designing, developing and delivering market-leading schemes in this strategically important and high-profile area for L&G.
This is an exciting opportunity to join an exceptional team which is at the forefront of the BTR asset class. Not only will you be helping to shape local communities across the UK, you will be part of an organisation that invests responsibly, considering the social, economic and environmental impact of every investment decision.
To apply in confidence, please contact LGIM’s Retained Consultant, Joanne Cuckson, by 4th May 2018 at:
T: 020 7769 6852
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