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The Property Digital Risk toolkit has been developed by experts with different perspectives of the use of technology across the property sector and built environment. More details about the authors and advisors involved may be found below.



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Dan is a thought leader in the use of data and technology in the property sector. Dan has worked across all assets types and stages of the lifecycle and has held senior roles at organisations including MSCI, Ordnance Survey, DTZ (Cushman & Wakefield) RICS and KONE. Dan now leads Alpha Property Insight and is Founder of the Real Estate Data Foundation.

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Martin is an experienced Head of Internal Audit with a track record of protecting revenue, highlighting and mitigating risk, and supporting management in controlling their business to achieve corporate success.
Martin has held senior risk roles at a range of organisations including Legal & General, Wates Construction, RICS, Berkeley Homes and Royal Bank of Scotland

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Tom holds a PhD where he investigated the development of new strategies and innovations in the financial services sector. In 2010, he began a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Kingston University, where he worked on consultancy projects for Barclays Bank and other stakeholders, such as Eurofound. Today, Tom is Reader in Strategy and Entrepreneurship at Royal Holloway, University of London where much of his research and interest focuses on PropTech


We would like to thank the valuable insight and support from the following people:

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Linda works as an independent Smart Cities Advisor and is a Design Council Expert and co-lead the Tech London Advocates PropTech working group. Previously, Linda held roles including UK & APAC Smart Cities Lead for Microsoft Services and CIO for the London Development Agency.

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Pete is an experienced IT director and consultant in the real estate sector. Pete held senior roles at DTZ (now Cushman Wakefield) and Logica and has since worked with a range of leading organisations with a particular focus on ESG in buildings.


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Sue is a planning solicitor working as a Strategic Planning Advisor for Pinsent Masons LLP combined with a post-doctoral research on data ethics and the planning consent process, as a Research Fellow with the Open Data Institute.

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Will is a business leader with a global outlook in real estate, infrastructure and industry. Will was MD of Atkins Bahrain & Kuwait before becoming AsiaPac MD for RICS and then Global Director of Future Growth.


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