About our Team – Jack, Albert and Steff

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About Us

Our team is composed by the following members:

Jack Knorler
Birmingham, UK, 1984

Graduation in Birminghan University

6 years in Financial trading. 4 years in binary options. Broker Researcher. Scam Detector and trading strategy developer.

Rugby, Gardening and dogs

What makes me happy?
My way to help people to control their financial life in easy and simple steps

What was the best moment in my career?
When I met Steffany and Albert and we agreed with starting the project that you are reading right now.

Our Team


Greg, who joined the firm in 1999, has been practicing architecture for over 35 years. As President, he sets the vision and direction of the firm and coordinates and executes financial, administrative and technical operations. Greg is a hands-on leader, managing several projects which range in size and complexity.

He blends his experience as an architect and project manager with an effective mentoring style to bring teams together, working for the common goals of clients and, in effect, driving the success of the firm and our projects.

John J. Robson, PE

Executive Vice President

Executive Vice President and an owner of the firm. Jack, as he is more commonly known, joined the firm in 1995 and has forty years of professional experience. Jack leads the business development efforts and assists in the overall management and direction of the firm.

Jack has worked at making funding for local infrastructure one of our highest priorities. As a State board member of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), he lobbied with the ACEC with funding for infrastructure at the forefront.

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Michael J. Pohl. PLS

Vice President of Survey

Mike has over 40 years of field and office experience and holds registrations in New York and Pennsylvania. He has been with Foit-Albert Associates since 1997 and has intensified our surveying team across the state through his many years of experience in land surveying.

His introduction of High Definition 3D Laser Scanning has given the company the opportunity to provide more valuable services to our clients.

Gwen A. Howard, RA, LEED AP

Vice President of Architecture

Responsible for the daily management of Senior Team Leaders, Registered Architects and Technical staff. She has nearly 30 years of professional experience and has gained extensive knowledge in the areas of new-building design, rehabilitation, historic preservation, facility assessments, feasibility planning, master planning and code review.

Gwen has completed work across New York State and Western Pennsylvania and is recognized for her role as Project Architect/Project Manager for 18 distinct habitats and approximately $30 million in capital investments that the Buffalo Zoo has undertaken

Gerard J. Sentz, PE

Vice President of Engineering

With over 30 years of engineering experience in both public and private practice, Jerry coordinates engineering staff in all offices to assure that clients are given the best uniform service and product across the State. He assists in business development and, as an officer of the corporation, assists in corporate decision-making.

Jerry’s eleven years in government included serving as Commissioner of the Erie County Department of Public Works. He managed a staff of more than 300 individuals, including over 175 people in the Division of Highways, consisting of five districts covering more than 2,450 miles of County roads.

Our Team

Our Team come from a range of backgrounds and bring a breadth of both execution and operational experience, as well as relevant relationships and extensive networks to Long Harbour. This, combined with our drive, motivation, helps us deliver the high quality service our clients require and deserve.

Aleisha Charlton

Fund Finance Manager

Aleisha is Fund Finance Manager for the Long Harbour Income Fund and Long Harbour Multi-Family Fund, joining the team in November 2020. Aleisha is responsible for all the accounting and reporting requirements of the fund.

Prior to joining, Aleisha spent three years at Get Living. Aleisha also holds a Master of Accounting degree from the National University of Ireland, Galway, and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2020, training with PwC.

John Coling

John joined Long Harbour in 2020 as a Construction Director in the Long Harbour BtR/multifamily team. John reports to the Development and Investment Director and oversees all construction activities for Long Harbour’s multi-family investments, including new build BtR projects and refurbishment programmes of existing assets. John is responsible for managing the project team including, architects, Site Managers, Contractors, Procurement Manager and Design Manager’s during the delivery of all construction and refurbishment programmes and ensuring soft landings of all projects during the handover to the operational phase. He is responsible for all construction budgets and ensuring these are delivered on time and on budget. John is also a member of the ESG Committee.

Prior to joining, John spent 4 years at Gardiner and Theobold in Project Management for high end hotels, residential developments and commercial office projects across London with a total GDC of £1bn. John has been involved from the project brief stage through planning, delivery, mobilisation and handover, bringing over 10 years of experience in Project Management to Long Harbour.

Marian Condie

Marian Condie is the Executive Assistant to Richard Silva and Jack Spearman. She joined Long Harbour in 2020 and brings her vast management, administrative and legal experience to assist the smooth running of the Secured Income team and investment programme.

Educated at the University of Surrey, Marian is a qualified Legal Executive and spent many years working for leading law firms in the City and West End of London. Her experience is primarily in Property and Corporate Finance Law. Prior to joining Long Harbour, Marian started her own company, providing business consultancy services to a few select clients, that she ran successfully for over 10 years.

Aldred Drummond

Aldred is a Director of Real Estate and a member of the Investment Committee. He is responsible for the origination of residential real estate opportunities in the UK, in particular on PRS investment opportunities, and has sourced both on and off market opportunities that have been executed on, and are currently in the LHIF pipeline.

Aldred has over a decade of experience in UK residential real estate across all stages of a transaction, be it acquisition or development. His transaction experience includes the successful acquisition of over 4,000 acres north of Greater London, and the subsequent obtaining of planning permission for c.15,000 houses and over 5 million sq. ft. of commercial space.

Geordie Erskine

Geordie joined the acquisition team for Long Harbour’s Secured Income programme in 2020, he assists in transaction management and financial appraisal. On a day to day basis Geordie originates, manages, undertakes legal due diligence and executes his own deals. In addition Geordie also leads the financial appraisal and valuation.

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Geordie studied at the University of Newcastle.

Retha Fourie

Group Financial Controller

Retha joined the company in 2020 and played a key role in setting-up the Long Harbour Ground Rent Fund. Retha is responsible for the maintaining the management accounts and payroll for all entities across the platform, performing cash and working capital reconciliations, as well as the accounting and approval of completion statements for corporate and property acquisitions at the ground rent fund level. Her responsibilities include liaising with external auditors and overseeing the finance function of the group’s ground rent property management and rent collection company.

Retha is a registered member of ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), SAIPA (South African Institute of Professional Accountants) and has a degree in Cost and Management Accounting.

Christian Garcia

Senior Asset Manager

Christian joined Long Harbour in 2020, his core objective is to work on the existing assets already under management as well as the growing pipeline under construction for the multifamily investment programme.

Prior to joining, Christian spent over 8 years at Grainger Plc., 6 of which were spent as an Asset Manager on the GRIP JPUT which latterly converted to a REIT. A 2000+ unit portfolio a gross asset value of close to £700m and considered one of the largest PRS Funds in the UK

Francesca Gilmartin

Francesca is the Personal Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Operating Officer. She joined Long Harbour in 2020 and her key responsibilities include diary management, organising travel, events and conferences as well as working in a front of house capacity.

Prior to working at Long Harbour, Francesca completed a degree in English Literature at Birkbeck University in London and has more than ten years’ experience in administration.

Alex Gordon

Head of Fund Performance

Alex joined Long Harbour in 2020 and reports to the Group Finance Director. Alex’s primary responsibilities include management of fund performance statistics and KPIs, leading on fund reporting improvements as they relate to both investor and internal reporting as well as supporting fund initiatives/developments.

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Alex qualified as a chartered accountant within the Real Estate team at BDO LLP, with a client base of both public and private real estate funds and developers. Alex holds a Business Science degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Cape Town, is currently qualifying with the CFA Institute, and holds certificates in Financial Modelling & Valuation with the Corporate Finance Institute.

Josh Gwatkin

Josh joined the Secured Income team in 2020 from a background in finance and real estate. Working closely with the Fund Manager, Josh’s primary responsibilities include deal origination, appraisal, valuation and acquisition of UK ground rent assets. He is highly experienced in financial modelling, contract negotiation and overseeing due diligence procedures.

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Josh held positions at TP ICAP and BGC Partners specialising in foreign exchange.

Stephen Hockaday

Stephen joined Long Harbour in November 2020, bringing a wealth of experience in the construction and property industries. Part of Stephen’s role is to oversee stakeholder engagement as well as construction and pipeline management for the Multifamily and Opportunistic investment programmes.

Stephen is a Civil Engineer with over 40 years’ experience in major projects and social infrastructure covering construction, development and investment. Most recently he was Head of Investments at Laing O’Rourke for over 12 years building a portfolio of over £2bn in the UK and Canada. He was also the JV director for the Northern Line Extension and the Thames Tideway Tunnel in London, both projects were c. £0.75 bn in value. Prior to that he was the Director for Project Finance and Facilities Management at Bovis Lend Lease for over 13 years building up a portfolio of over £2.5 bn of assets in the UK, Ireland, Spain and Italy. Stephen was also a Senior Manager at Ernst & Young for 3 years in Property and Construction working on the Administration of Olympia and York at Canary Wharf and the sale of PSA to the private sector. Stephen has more recently been very involved in driving Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) and Digital Engineering in the sector with a view to providing more sustainable and efficient assets.

Gabrielle Hood

Gabrielle has been a member of the the Secured Income team since 2020 and in the past 8 years she has contributed significantly to the growth of the investment programme. Gabrielle plays an integral part in the origination and transactional capability of the team, managing a team of 3 and handling numerous portfolio acquisitions every year. She has negotiated and concluded a number of corporate transactions, and has successfully secured output agreements with a range of house builders. In addition, Gabrielle is actively involved in the fund’s financing arrangements, both new and existing. Gabrielle is also a member of the Long Harbour Charity Committee.

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Gabrielle studied Physics at the University of St Andrews. Gabrielle is currently on maternity leave.

Mohsin Jamal

Mohsin is a Senior Associate in the Long Harbour BtR/multifamily team. He joined Long Harbour in 2020, reporting to the Investment and Development Director. Mohsin’s primary responsibilities are on deal origination and development management. This includes leading on the due diligence process, detailed financial modelling, commercial negotiation and presentation and reporting in line with the investment processes. Duties also include the ongoing oversight and management of assets during the development phase.

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Mohsin gained nine years of experience from the whole lifecycle of real estate assets from inception to delivery. Reporting to the Investment and Development Director, Mohsin’s focus is on deal origination, due diligence and execution of new investments. In addition, Mohsin also supports fund activities and asset management functions. Mohsin holds an MBA from London Business School and achieved his Engineering degree with honours from the University of Melbourne.

Kevin Luiten

Kevin joined the Multifamily team in January 2020, his responsibilities include assisting in the due diligence process, detailed financial modelling for both the Multifamily and Opportunistic Investment Programmes, and deal origination.

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Kevin worked in supply chain finance for a Fintech start-up in New York City. During his undergrad, Kevin invented an Augmented Reality start-up that got funded by Angel investors. Kevin holds an MSc degree in International Business and an MSc degree in Data Analytics both from Hult International Business School.

Douglas McKenzie

Group Finance Director

Douglas is the Group Finance Director and a member of the Risk and Compliance Committee. He brings wide ranging expertise to the day to day asset management of the underlying funds, and completion of corporate and asset transactions. His oversight responsibilities cover the finance, accounting, tax, treasury, risk management and regulatory compliance of the firm as an AIFM (Alternative Investment Fund Manager).

Douglas worked at Moore Stephens LLP (now “BDO”) from 2000 to 2020. Having qualified as a chartered accountant in 2001, Douglas provided audit and assurance services to a client base comprising high-net worth family office investment and hedge funds, shipping and real estate clients (both private and public). Douglas was credited with a CISI certificate in FSA Financial Regulation in 2020.

Peter Millington

Peter joined Long Harbour in the BtR/multifamily team in 2020 and reports to the Development and Investment Director. Peter’s responsibilities include deal origination, assisting in the due diligence process detailed financial modelling, and assisting in the procurement of debt inline with the Investment Process. Peter is studying towards the level three CFA exam.

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Peter achieved a masters degree in Physics at Cardiff University.

Catherine Mountain

Catherine joined Long Harbour in 2020 and supports the corporate group function as legal advisor and is a member of the Risk and Compliance Committee. Catherine assists with deal execution and with drafting and negotiating commercial contracts.

Rory Musgrave

Rory joined Long Harbour as an associate working in the BtR/multifamily team in 2020. Rory reports to the Development and Investment Director and his primary responsibilities are deal origination and development management. This includes leading on the due diligence process, detailed financial modelling, commercial negotiation and presentation and reporting in line with the investment processes. Duties also include the ongoing oversight and management of assets during the development phase.

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Rory studied Real Estate Management at Northumbria University.

Paul O’Neill

Paul joined the firm in 2020 and supports the corporate group function as Compliance Manager. Paul assists with maintaining regulatory compliance for Long Harbour as a regulated AIFM (“Alternative Investment Fund Manager”) which includes the necessary compliance monitoring of the firm’s underlying managed funds. Paul attends the Risk & Compliance Committee.

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Paul held positions within the Financial Ombudsman Service and has experience working within other asset managers. Paul has an LLB (with Honours) degree in Law and holds an Investment Compliance Diploma with the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments.

Tabitha Perry

Marketing and Communications

Tabitha joined the Long Harbour group in 2020 and reports to the Chief Executive Officer. She manages PR and communications for Long Harbour, building positive relationships with clients and the public, through investor relations, public relations and brand marketing. In 2020 Tabitha obtained the Certificate in Investor Relations. Tabitha is also a member of the Long Harbour Charity Committee and the ESG Committee.

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Tabitha studied Modern Languages at the University of Nottingham and began her career working in Special Educational Needs.

Aysha Phillips

Aysha is the Executive Assistant to the Chief Operating Officer, James Aumonier. Aysha provides business assistance to James including project co-ordination and facilitating implementation of new processes and procedures.

Aysha started her career with Paragon Building Consultancy and has experience in both residential and commercial property markets. In her last position, she worked for a private family office with a mixed-use portfolio under management and development across the West End.

Jack Spearman

Jack joined Long Harbour in 2009 and heads up the origination and execution team for the Secured Income programme. He also manages investor relations for all UK Ground Lease funds. The team has deployed £1.6bn to date and are responsible for originating all new opportunities and then undertaking financial analysis, legal due diligence and finally deal execution. This includes negotiating debt facilities and all large/secondary portfolio acquisitions. Jack is heavily involved with public and political engagement on behalf of Secured Income programme.

Christophe G. de Taurines

Christophe is a Senior Adviser at Long Harbour. He provides guidance to the firm on its business development, including investor relations, fund raising, product and corporate development. Christophe is a trustee and member of the Investment Committee of the St Martin in Fields Trust and a former board member of Sussex Place Venture.

Christophe was previously Managing Director, Colony Capital (Now Colony Northstar), Founder and CEO of Capital & Marketing Group, a capital market agency focused on alternative investments (Real Estate, Infrastructure and Corporate Private Equity), European Head of the Real Estate Private Funds Group of Credit Suisse First Boston (previously DLJ), Managing Director of LaSalle Investment Management in London, Resident Vice President at Citibank in the Corporate Real Estate Team and Assistant Vice President at Credit Commercial de France in the debt capital markets.

Rebecca Taylor

Managing Director – Multifamily

Rebecca joined Long Harbour in 2020 and has deployed over £450m for the Multifamily programme in this period. Having raised a further £500mn of equity in 2020, Rebecca is responsible for the entire delivery cycle from strategy and deal origination through to structuring, delivery and asset management phase.

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Rebecca spent 8 years at Laing O’Rourke working in their property and PFI investment team. Here she worked on their offsite delivery solution, securing the planning and delivery of 1.3mn sqft of mixed-use space and over 4,000 residential units in Ireland, UAE and UK.

Gerald Templer

Gerald Templer is the Investment Manager for the Long Harbour Real Estate Partners Funds. He joined Long Harbour in 2020 and reports to the Fund Manager. Gerald’s key responsibilities include devising the strategy for Fawley Waterside as well as managing the project’s fundraise

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Gerald spent over five years at the strategy consultancy Roland Berger, where he focused on investment advisory. He studied International Development at the University of Cambridge and Chinese and Japanese at the University of Oxford.

Hugh Thomas

Hugh works to support and manage the regulatory risk and compliance requirements for the Long Harbour group.

Hugh is a qualified UK Barrister and has worked for many years in the City for significant international investment firms in senior director capacities, particularly focussing on investment management compliance in UK and globally and with Ultra High Net Worth Private Banking operations. Hugh’s last major role in the City was as a Global Compliance Director for a major international banking organisation’s high net worth private banking division.

Kelly Walker

As Corporate Team Assistant Kelly supports Long Harbour’s Legal, Compliance and Finance Teams in their daily operational and regulatory functions. Kelly joined Long Harbour in 2020 and her responsibilities include document and contract review and management, diary management, travel arrangements, conference coordination and Compliance and Financial reporting and monitoring. Kelly attends and minutes the Risk & Compliance Committee, ESG Committee and Finance Meetings.

Prior to joining Long Harbour Kelly worked for over 6 years in Chambers as a Barrister’s Clerk and more recently as a Legal Secretary for CMS.

Andy Wheeler

Andy joined Long Harbour in 2020 and is the dedicated European Ground Lease Investment Analyst. His responsibilities include deal origination, deal due diligence, detailed financial modelling and support of the fund marketing activities.

Andy has experience in investment management while also having spent time working in real estate debt advisory. He holds degrees from the University of Nottingham and an MSc in Real Estate Investment from Cass Business School.

Rachel Williamson

Personal Assistant/Team Coordinator

Rachel is the Personal Assistant to Rebecca Taylor and Team Coordinator for the BtR/multifamily team. She joined Long Harbour in 2020 and her responsibilities include diary management, organising travel, events and conferences as well as supporting the delivery team on the design process for schemes in development.

Prior to joining Long Harbour, Rachel worked in a front of house position for two years.

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We process this information as one would expect of a responsible employer – to pay salaries, administer benefits, manage our obligations as an employer.

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We process this information on our employees to allow us to administer their employment and benefits.

We process this information as one would expect of a responsible employer – to pay salaries, administer benefits, manage our obligations as an employer.

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If you have any questions in respect of this notice, or would like to exercise your rights as a data subject (for example, to correct data or to exercise your right to access):

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