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Adam Lenton | Colliers | London - West End

Adam Lenton

B.Sc (Hons)

Head of Healthcare

Healthcare

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About

Professional Summary

Working principally in the capital markets in healthcare transactions, overseeing deals with lot sizes of between £5m and £300m for both operational businesses and investment sales. Also providing strategic portfolio and real estate advice, exit strategies and portfolio valuations for a number of the largest care providers and healthcare funds both in the UK and Europe.

Specilaist sectors include elderly care, private hospials, senior living and specialist adult services.  

Accomplishments

I am proud to be a Director of Colliers International heading up the most experienced, market leading healthcare team in the country.

 

Education

Degree in Urban Land Economics and member of the RICS

Memberships & Involvements

RICS

Clients

Most of the main operators, investors, lending institutions and charitable organising with an involvement in the sector.

Services

Service Lines

Valuation & Advisory Services

Featured Research

20 Dec 2022

Healthcare Report 2022 Part 3: Debt Costs & Operations

In Part 3 of our Healthcare market research report we look at debt, costs and operations.
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6 Dec 2022

Healthcare Report 2022 Part 2: Capital Markets & Pricing

In Part 2 of our Healthcare market research report, Richard Harris covers Capital Markets and Max Broadbent covers operational pricing, care home supply and ESG.
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23 Nov 2022

Healthcare Report 2022 Part 1: Macro View

Macroeconomic view on demographics, sector strength, risk/return profiles, downside risks and more.
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Featured News

29 Mar 2021

The highs and the lows: the world of healthcare property through a pandemic

In 2019, healthcare property transactions had hit a record high of £1.76 billion, up 17 per cent from the £1.49 billion seen in 2018. Within the market elderly care was, and still is by far the biggest sector, and comprised of 48 per cent of all transactions in 2019 – despite the uncertainty caused by what was then the biggest unknown: Brexit.
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