New leadership appointments for Cushman & Wakefield in Newcastle

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David Wilson, Head of Office, Cushman & Wakefield in Newcastle

Cushman & Wakefield has announced two new leadership appointments in Newcastle. David Wilson, Partner, has been appointed Head of the Newcastle Office. Greg Davison, Partner, has been appointed Head of Office Agency in Newcastle. David and Greg will take up their new roles in June.

David brings a depth of experience with both public and private sector clients to the role. He has been leading the Project and Building Consultancy team in Newcastle for over twenty years. He manages relationships with many of the firm’s key clients, including over 60 NHS Trusts. David succeeds Tony Hordon who is joining Parabola, an important and longstanding Cushman & Wakefield client in the UK.

Greg joined DTZ in Newcastle in 2002 having spent the previous five years in Central London Office Agency. He is currently a partner in Cushman & Wakefield’s Capital Markets team in Leeds and will return to Newcastle in an agency role, bringing a wealth of experience in agency, development and funding.

Tim Cameron-Jones, Head of the North Region, Cushman & Wakefield, said: “I congratulate Dave and Greg on their appointments. Dave has been a long standing and integral part of our team in Newcastle, working with many of our key clients, as well as a key member of the leadership team. I am delighted that Greg is moving back to a team he knows very well, bringing with him valuable experience he’s gained from his time in Leeds. We hugely appreciate Tony’s contribution to the firm over many years. Whilst sorry to lose him as a colleague, we are thrilled that he is moving to a valued and progressive client. We wish him well and look forward to working with him closely in his new role at Parabola.”

David Wilson, Head of Office, Cushman & Wakefield in Newcastle, said: “Part of our success, and Tony’s legacy, is the very strong senior team in Newcastle and it will be business as usual through this leadership transition. I am looking forward to taking on my new role in a team that I’ve been part of for the majority of my career. It is an exceptionally talented and experienced team who have great relationships with our clients and are working on exciting and iconic mandates, the most recent addition being our instruction by Gateshead City Council to market the historic Grade II-listed Victorian Old Town Hall for redevelopment.”

Greg Davison, Head of Office Agency, Cushman & Wakefield in Newcastle said: “I am looking forward to moving back to Newcastle and to working with many familiar colleagues and clients to ensure the Office Agency team maintains its market leading position.”