The entire focus of our local and international team is to advise clients who occupy property, but who are not in the property business.

We operate at a number of different levels, from being a full outsource of a company’s real estate functions, to a coordinator of single or multiple service lines for occupier clients. Our teams operate around the world from three main hubs, in the UK, Hong Kong and the USA.

Our team works on a business-first, property-second principle

Over 600 specialists operate in our global teams, with many of our senior consultants having spent many of years working client-side for some of the world’s largest and most entrepreneurial occupier businesses. 

All this experience and expertise is at the disposal of our clients. Within our team, we have developed a portfolio visualisation tool that links data from the portfolio, the market and information from other client-side enterprise systems. When collated and analysed, this information produces an insightful management tool to benefit our clients and help them make their next move.

Our team works on a business-first, property-second principle, combining our skills and our corporate knowledge to deliver results.


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Occupier Services

Lease Administration

We specialise in the management of leases and lease databases on behalf of clients, who are mostly medium-sized corporate occupiers and regulated industries located all over the world.

Occupier Services

Occupier Services

The entire focus of our channel Islands local and international teams are to advise clients who occupy property, but who are not in the property business.

Occupier Services

Occupier Services Project Management

Whether a business is acquiring, disposing of, expanding or consolidating within tenanted space, our job is to help corporate occupiers manage and deliver these important projects as smoothly and efficiently as possible. 

Occupier Services

Tenant Representation

Being a tenant can involve challenges – or opportunities. We work with occupiers to minimise the former and maximise the latter.