Partner and Designated Member of LLP
Telephone: +44 (0)7841 872 221
Tim is the senior founding partner of Tim Harries & Partners, which he launched in 2010 to provide clients with a powerful combination of first class professional advice and a trusted personal service, drawing on his depth of experience, market knowledge and connections.
Tim commenced his professional career in 1985 in general practice with an East Midlands-based firm of commercial chartered surveyors and auctioneers, with whom he qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 1987. By 1993 he had risen to the position of equity partner.
In 1995, the firm was sold to DTZ, now Cushman and Wakefield, a major private-equity owned global property consultancy, and during his 15 years with DTZ, Tim held a series of senior directorial positions, including head of office and member of the regional management board across central England and Wales. He rapidly built a national reputation amongst peers and clients for exceptional service.
Tim has amassed a depth of experience advising a wide range of UK and overseas clients including private equity and pension funds, property companies, institutions, trusts, charities, corporate and public sector organisations and wealthy private individuals on their property holdings. His particular areas of expertise include asset management, lease consultancy and landlord and tenant advice including conducting rent reviews, lease renewals and re-gears: expert witness and due diligence; investment consultancy, sales and acquisitions; the origination and implementation of schemes for redevelopment, refurbishment and change of use; leasing and income generation initiatives.
These skills are backed-up by 35 years’ experience across the major central UK markets in all property sectors, and a personal commitment as trusted adviser.
Partner & Designated Member of LLP
Telephone: +44 (0)7967 743 124
Emma provides Tim Harries & Partners with broader commercial and administrative experience gained from her portfolio career in industry, in roles which encompass research and analysis, marketing and accounting, having held senior positions in leading corporates worldwide.
After graduating from Newcastle University with a degree in Applied Economics, Emma held a number of high-level positions with international corporate businesses both as a trader and financial analyst, including BP (Sydney), Grand Met and British & American Tobacco (London) before returning to her home county of Nottinghamshire.
Emma brings 20 years’ commercial experience in accounts management, bought ledger, credit control, payroll, VAT, business planning and accounting, and budget controls, together with strong marketing and business management skills.
In a portfolio career, Emma also heads-up the accounting, reporting and financial management functions for a £10 million per annum turnover agricultural business, and her wider experience includes appointments in the public sector, notably regional non-executive director and head of Audit Committee for a non-departmental Government body with annual budget of over £20 million.