At Grosvenor, we seek to recruit and develop people who share our values – Integrity, Respect and Trust – and have the skills and ambition to help us implement our strategy.
South Belgravia is a dynamic area undergoing huge change within minutes of Victoria Station, which includes predominantly retail, F&B and residential assets, with some office accommodation.
Focused around Eccleston Yards and Elizabeth Street, the strategy is to create one of London’s best lifestyle and leisure neighbourhoods, appealing to local residents and workers, as well as visitors from further afield, for its iconic village feel, its beautiful streets and appealing mix of shops, restaurants, leisure and wellbeing opportunities. Curated F&B at varied priced points, high quality al fresco environment and targeted marketing will help make it a leading destination for its target customers.
The area also includes Pimlico Road, arguably the UK’s most important centre for craftsmanship, interior design and antiques.
The area offers a number of exciting current and pipeline developments including the Ice Factory, Newson’s Yard and other smaller scale development, as well as large masterplan opportunities such as Cundy Street and Victoria Coach Station, creating scope for change in both the short and medium term.
We are also planning major public realm interventions in the district which will allow for permanent outdoor dining provision in order to support the success of our F&B tenants whilst also creating a better sense of place and improving biodiversity and wayfinding across the district. Public consultation is a key area here and we will be working closely with residents and Westminster in order to deliver these improvements.
An understanding of ESG is key, as Grosvenor have strong ambitions in this area. Given that the district comprises mostly heritage assets, there is a fantastic opportunity ahead of us to improve the sustainability and social credentials of the district.
The Asset Manager role sits at the heart of this and helps to steer the strategy of the district and work closely with our development, public realm, marketing teams and sustainability teams to ensure delivery of the strategy.
Reporting to the Associate Director (‘AD’) , the role has the following purposes:
Grosvenor Group is one of the world’s largest privately-owned property businesses. We develop, manage and invest in property in more than 60 cities around the world. Four regional Operating Companies are responsible for their own property strategies. Last year, their combined activities accounted for 87% of the Group’s capital as they developed, managed and invested in assets in principally the retail, residential and office sectors.