Duncan specialises in commercial agency, residential and commercial development, and corporate consultancy. He advises clients across the UK, including funds, private landlords and owners, and corporate occupiers. He lives in West London with his wife and three young children.
Jake joined Campbell Gordon in 2015 and specialises in corporate consultancy, residential and commercial development, and commercial agency. He advises on commercial leasing projects across the Thames Valley. He also advises corporate occupiers in relation to their occupational strategies, including property acquisition and lease regears across the South East, including: the Thames Valley, West Country and London. Jake also plays a central role in the firm’s development advisory work, providing early stage strategic development and agency advice to the owners of development sites.
Rob joined Campbell Gordon in 2019 having previously spent eight years in residential agency. He holds a BSc degree in Building Surveying and the Environment from the University of Plymouth. Rob specialises in office and industrial lettings.
Fergus joined Campbell Gordon as a graduate surveyor at the start of 2022 after completing a Business and Management degree at Durham University. Fergus specialises in office and industrial agency.
Keith joined Campbell Gordon from Legal & General in 1989, became an equity partner in 1991 and a Director in 2015 when Campbell Gordon Ltd was formed. He retired as a Director in April 2022 and is now a consultant to the firm. Keith has a wealth of experience in commercial agency, professional and development work. He’s carried out a number of major office lettings in the UK including award-winning lettings to PepsiCo and the biggest office letting in the Thames Valley for a decade, at No 1 Forbury Place to SSE.
Keith was recently appointed an External Examiner at The University College of Estate Management. In April 2019 he was the winner of the Outstanding Contribution Award at the Thames Valley Property Awards in recognition of his work in Reading and the wider Thames Valley over the last 30 years.