James Walker

James Walker

B.Sc (Hons), MRICS

Director & Head

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About

Professional Summary

James is Head of City Agency and Occupier Advisory at Colliers International and was previously a Senior Director at CBRE in the City Leasing team.  James has over 17 years’ experience in the City leasing market. Skilled in working with landlords, developers and occupiers in providing leasing, acquisition, and development advice.

He has an exceptional track record in the City, Midtown, Southbank and Docklands markets and his reputation for client service is exemplary.

 

Accomplishments

James has worked on some of the most high profile developments and leasing deals within London to include the leasing of The Place, London Bridge Quarter to News UK and Cannon Place on behalf of Hines.

More recently James has provided development and leasing advice to AXA and Lipton Rogers on 22 Bishopsgate and British Land and GIC on the repositioning of Broadgate.

Education

Sheffield Hallam University
Degree Name Bachelor of Science (BSc) Field Of Study Real Estate

Memberships & Involvements

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

City Property Association

Services

Property Types
Specializations
London Offices

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Featured Research
11 Feb 2020
London Office Supply Overview
London office supply is the talk of town at present. Regardless of the wider political climate, occupiers have continued to absorb space at a considerable rate.
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21 Jan 2020
London Offices Snapshot Q4 2019
While political uncertainty leading up to the December election acted as a modest drag on demand in the final quarter of the year, 2019 take-up only just failed to exceed 10-year average for transaction levels.
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24 Oct 2019
London Offices Snapshot Q3 2019
The London office market continues to resist any negative sentiment deriving from ongoing ‘Brexit’ negotiations. The City market has seen demand surge for off-plan space, which has elevated quarterly take-up to a five-year high.
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