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At Future of London, Sandra first shared her property analysis expertise in our 2015-16 assessment of the potential of Business Improvement Districts in a changing municipal landscape.
Sandra has more than 25 years’ experience studying urban land markets and the drivers of property demand. Her interest is in how cultural, social and economic trends interact to drive change in the shape and level of demand for property, and in the complex relationship between residential and commercial land uses and values.
A consultant partner at Ramidus Consulting and a director of Dataloft, a data-driven residential research consultancy, Sandra has undertaken property market analysis for investors, developers and policy makers. Her understanding of both commercial and residential markets brings valuable insight to the study of city economies, and her public policy work includes: co-writing the London Office Policy Review for the GLA; a report on small offices and mixed-use policy in the CAZ; the role of serviced offices in the local economy; the dynamics of SMEs; and studies for the City Corporation on its changing occupier base.
Sandra also writes for publications including the FT and Estates Gazette, is a research associate at Centre for London and a qualified member of the RICS.