Chancerygate appoints two new board members
Urban logistics developer and asset manager Chancerygate has appointed two members of its senior management team to the board of directors.
Head of development, Alastair King, and general counsel, Eva Holden, will help to further shape the strategic direction of the business as it implements its ambitious UK and European expansion plans.
Alastair King joined Chancerygate in 2007 and was promoted to head of development in 2018. Eva Holden, who is Chancerygate’s first general counsel, arrived in 2021 from law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner.
Chancerygate managing director, Richard Bains, said: “Alastair and Eva are excellent additions to our board and will play major roles in shaping the business to facilitate the delivery of our UK and European growth strategy.
“Alastair is a talented operator who has been instrumental in driving our development business forward. He has built, and leads, an exceptional team.
“As our first ever general counsel, Eva has brought a fresh perspective to our business with her legal and commercial acumen, particularly around assessing and managing business risk.
“We look forward to their insight and experience having an even greater positive influence upon Chancerygate’s future in their new roles as board directors.”
Founded in 1995, Chancerygate is the UK’s largest urban logistics property developer and asset manager and the only one operating nationwide.