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Neighbourly matters specialist returns to Colliers

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Brian Mooney returns to lead the specialist service within the Project & Building Consultancy team


An expert in negotiations for neighbourly matters has returned to Colliers to lead the firm’s experts in the field. 

Associate Director Brian Mooney has rejoined after working for an independent building surveying practice for the last year, returning to the commercial real estate firm’s Project & Building Consultancy team this summer. 

With experience in administering the Party Wall etc. Act 1996, acting for both developers and neighbouring property owners, as well as arranging oversail and scaffold licenses and development appraisal reports, Brian has returned to the firm in order to lead the Neighbourly Matters team which work on large scale internationally recognised commercial developments. 

Brian has a decade of experience in the sector and originally joined Colliers as a senior surveyor in October 2016. While working at the firm he has advised on the administration of the party wall agreement and crane and scaffolding licences for Barratt London’s development of 800+ homes on the former Boleyn Ground, in West Ham as well as their New Market Place Development which created nearly 200 new homes.

He has also served on the committee of the Pyramus and Thisbe Club, planning and chairing CPD lectures and events. 

Graeme Foreman, Head of Project & Building Consultancy said: “It’s great that we’ve been able to welcome Brian back to the team. His experience in negotiating a way forward for large scale commercial developments as well as domestic negotiations makes him an invaluable asset in a team that manages a significant number of projects across the UK.”

“It’s great to be back at Colliers and have the opportunity to lead the Neighbourly Matters division,” added Brian. “The last year has been challenging for a number of our clients with project delays and consumer demand changes. There’s lots of projects in the pipeline with various needs to be addressed. I’m looking forward to working with Colliers’ clients again and building our team of experts.”

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