Cubex has announced the promotion of Sarah Trahair-Williams to the position of Associate Director.
Sarah’s role at Cubex is primarily on the delivery side, where she is currently responsible for managing the completion of phase two of the award-winning Finzels Reach scheme. This final phase includes Halo, a BREEAM Outstanding 116,000 sq ft office development, set to be the greenest office building in the UK, Millwrights Place a 231 bed Build to Rent scheme and Coopers Court a 66 bed affordable housing scheme all in close proximity. All forward funding schemes concluded in 2020 and include two of the largest ever Bristol deals with a combined value of c.£145m.
Concurrent with her involvement in securing the forward funding deals, Sarah was responsible for securing building contracts with Wilmott Dixon on each project and will be responsible for managing the external pre-construction and construction teams on existing and future projects.
In addition, Sarah was involved in the first letting for Halo to Osborne Clarke and will play an active part in securing lettings for the remaining three floors.
Peter Walford, Managing Director, Cubex Land, commented: “I am extremely impressed with the success that Sarah has brought Cubex thus far. She has been instrumental in the delivery of phase two of Finzels and her expertise and experience will play a crucial role in securing future development opportunities for the business. Her promotion to Associate Director is fully deserved.”
Despite the unprecedented market conditions, Cubex remains very active and is seeking further opportunities in 2021 with substantial equity to invest.
Cubex is a leading real estate developer with a successful track record of developing and investing in property across the South West and South Wales since 2004. It develops and advises on schemes across the mixed use, residential (build to rent, affordable housing and open market), commercial and industrial sectors including its award winning Finzels Reach scheme.
Cubex’s philosophy is to deliver high quality schemes with sustainability and placemaking at the heart of its decisions to create desirable schemes which meet local demand, are sympathetic to their surroundings and provide balanced communities.