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Adam Lenton | Colliers | London - West End

Adam Lenton

B.Sc (Hons)

Head of Healthcare


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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.  


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



Degree in Urban Land Economics and member of the RICS

Memberships & Involvements



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


Service Lines

Valuation & Advisory Services

Featured Research

25 Nov 2021

Bedrock and Boosters Operational Capital Markets Report

The power behind operational real estate.
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13 Mar 2019

Healthcare European Review 2019

The EU economy grew for a sixth successive year in 2018, with all member states expected to record positive growth over the next couple of years. Although 2018 GDP growth slowed compared to the peak witnessed in 2017, the region’s economy continues to expand at around 2% p.a. while the unemployment rate is predicted to edge down further.
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2 Oct 2018

Healthcare European Review 2018

Welcome to the 24th edition of the Colliers Healthcare Market Review, an in-depth analysis of the healthcare property and business sector, focusing on long-term personal care and nursing care for both the elderly and specialist sectors.
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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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