Andrew White

Andrew White

Head of UK Residential

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Professional Summary

Andrew heads up the UK Residential Department at Colliers International and is a specialist advisor in residential and mixed use developments.  He has been involved in some of the largest and most complex sites within London and the South East of England.

The Residential Department at Colliers International comprises a market leading  team of 35 surveyors and advisers who focus on London, The South East and the Regions, advising  clients on their options for maximising value for their assets, including planning, development consultancy, Build To Rent, investment and disposal strategy and New Homes & Project marketing. 

Andrew has worked in the sector for 25 years having started his career with a large multinational real estate agency, then running his own land agency for 8 years before joining Colliers International in 2013. He has advised government bodies such as the NHS, as well as family businesses, funds, charities, developers and companies on their strategy for disposal of their land holdings and property assets.

Clients include, Legal & General, the NHS, Royal London Asset Management, The Diocese of London, London Square, Telereal Trilium, Threadneedle, Aberdeen Standard, Greggs, Rexel and PSA Group as well as other large corporate landowners.


  • Disposal of Bond House New Cross with planning for 89 units to Crest Nicholson.
  • Disposal of the BT Depot Langley with planning for 129 houses on behalf of Telereal Trillium.
  • Disposal of 266 Balham High Road with planning for 71 units for Indigo Scott.
  • Disposal for the NHS Essex for 1200 units at Severalls Hospital Essex, one of the largest NHS site to come to market.
  • Disposal of the Smith Centre Henley for Threadneedle .
  • Disposal of Callis Yard Woolwich with planning for 150 units on behalf of Inland Homes.
  • Disposal of Maltings Farm West End Woking with planning for 95 houses on behalf of MHA.
  • Acquisition of Tolworth Tower for £53.5 M to CNM Estates, including hotel, retail and office space and in excess of 300 residential units.
  • Disposal of Axion House Lewisham for 150 units on behalf of Bike Alert.
  • Disposal of 34 Kilburn High Road, a mixed use residential investment for £19.4M on behalf of the Salamancar Trust.
  • Disposal of Sherborne Wharf Birmingham for Inland Homes with planning for 250 units.
  • Disposal of 60 Neasden Lane NW10 with planning for 121 resdiential units plus commercial space for £12.5M.
  • Acquisition of McBean Street Woolwich to Legal & General for 700 units for circa £45M.
  • Acquision of Smugglers Way Wandsworth for Legal & General for 1000 units with a GDV of over £500m.
  • Disposal of Amen Corner Bracknell to Danescroft for £4.5M on behalf of receivers.
  • Acquisition of Trumpers Way Hanwell for MHA for £12.5M for 150 units


Staffordshire University ( Geography )

Essex University ( Business Studies)

Institute of Leadership and Management

Hampton School

Memberships & Involvements

Urban Land Institute



Inland Homes, Aberdeen Asset Managament, Royal London Asset Management, Legal & General, Rexel. PSA Group, Mole Valley, LLoyds Banking Group, Danescroft, Realstar, Greggs, The Press Association


It is always a pleasure to work with the Colliers Residential Development team – as well as serving us with some great business opportunities, they invariably look after our interests providing professional support throughout the deal process. - Jeremy Scott Indigo Scott.


Development Advisory, Asset Management, Portfolios, Development Advisory
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Valuation & Advisory Services, Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
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Featured Research
4 Dec 2019
Residential Development Survey Report 2019
The government’s target of 300,000 new properties to be built every year to meet the country’s housing need remains in place. Yet, as 2019 ends and 2020 begins, we question whether this target is realistic, or achievable?
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11 Mar 2020
Budget 2020: Colliers International reacts to Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s 2020 Budget
Today, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak delivered his Budget for 2020, setting in stone the Government’s plans for spending and revenue-raising for the year ahead.
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22 Mar 2019
CoStar Column: Developers must plan for brighter days to come
Colliers director Andrew White suggests it's not all bad for resi developers
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