Chief Executive Officer
Daniel has operated in the London property market since 2002 and founded LDG in 2015.
He has a multi-disciplined background with experience in the acquisition and funding of residential developments and the formation of joint ventures with both UK and International partners. Daniel has been fundamental in setting the vision and direction for the company and ensures the consistent profitable growth of the business. His passion for innovative design, meticulous attention to detail and strategic approach has helped to make LDG one of the fastest growing London developers.
Chief Operating Officer
Gerry joined the group in early 2015, and is responsible for delivering all of LDG’s developments, from inception through to final completion.
He has lead and managed a full range of projects developing commercial, leisure, residential, and infrastructure schemes of varied complexities within the UK, and overseas. This has totalled 8 million sqf with an estimated contract value of £2.2 billion, spanning 40 years. He has worked with some notable large scale Developers and Contractors. Previous projects include the construction of a 4m sq ft mixed use development in Dubai. The biggest facade retention project to date that Gerry delivered was the Lion Plaza in the City of London, with a contract value of £330m, amongst various other large-scale construction projects.
Gerry is a member of the Chartered Institute of Building and a full member of the Association for Project Managers.
Chief Financial Officer
Graham joined the group in early 2016 as CFO and is responsible for liaising with all financial institutions for the group’s activities and managing investors relations.
Graham has in excess of 30 years experience working within the UK property market, 22 years in a combination of lending, credit, legal and recovery roles with mainstream banks, and 11 years hands-on development experience as the Commercial Director of a Surrey-based residential developer. His time in banking included a 5 year period during the last major recession heading up a specialist property recovery team, where he was responsible for successfully formulating and implementing work-out and disposal strategies for a wide range of property assets throughout the Country. His prime focus as a commercial director was to increase the acquisition flow, and actively manage the numerous joint venture activities. This resulted in significantly enhanced profits throughout the period from a number of key London mixed-use developments.