Specialists in prime real estate
EiA Real Estate is a specialist firm, who provide tailored advice in prime commercial real estate.
We offer expertise covering office agency, lease advisory, leisure, asset management and development.
Progressive advice, helping our clients achieve their goals in rapidly evolving commercial real estate markets.View availability
Meet our team of specialists.
Meet our team of specialists.
Maxim Vane Percy
M: 07867 780 332
Maxim has over 20 years of experience specialising in the acquisition and disposal of commercial leasehold and freehold/investment assets throughout Central London. Acting for landlords, occupiers and HNWIs, Maxim has extensive experience in a range of competencies such as development consultancy and viability, development appraisals, refurbishment advice, leasing, marketing strategy and tenant advisory. Advising on behalf of key clients such as Berkeley Estate Asset Management, Caprice Holdings, LandSec, Davidson Kempner Partners London, Ashby Capital, Mitsubishi Power Systems Europe Ltd, CBRE Investment Management, Delahunty Fine Art and Sir Richard Sutton Estates.
M: 07763 934 271
Alex has more than 10 years of experience in Central London commercial real estate and is a member of the RICS. He focuses on the acquisition and disposal of commercial leasehold and freehold interests, alongside providing strategic property advice to owners, occupiers and developers. Acting for notable clients such as Berkeley Estate Asset Management, CBRE Investment Management, Ashby Capital, LandSec, Westminster CC, Sir Richard Sutton Estates, Delahunty Fine Art, Mansford Real Estate, Mitsubishi Power Systems and DS Smith Plc.
M: 07900 409858
Joe has over 3 years of experience in Central London commercial real estate markets and holds a bachelor’s degree in Real Estate from Oxford Brookes University. Primarily advising on the acquisition and disposal of office leasehold and freehold interests, as well as investment opportunities across asset classes for a number of private wealth companies in Central London.
M: 07747 101185
Mathew has over 30 years’ experience of advising clients in respect of matters that include rent reviews, lease renewals, third party referrals, lease restructures and transactional support. He predominantly specialises in Central London offices, educational and medical premises. Mathew has acted for both landlords and occupiers over the years, including Berkeley Estate Asset Management, Landsec, British Land, Government Property Agency, Bain Capital Ltd, Aviva, Dorrington, Endurance Land, Grainger Trust, Nuveen, Heineken, Westbrook Partners and Regent’s University.
M: 07738 502 115
Mark has over 25 years’ experience advising numerous landlord and tenant clients in the Central London office, retail and educational sectors. Mark’s specialties include rent reviews, lease renewals, third party referrals, lease restructures, strategic advice and transactional support. He has acted for a number of prominent clients including, Motcomb Estates, Beacon Capital, Oxford Properties, Aviva, Blackrock, The Grosvenor Estate, Government Property Agency, Bain Capital Ltd, Puma, Nuveen, and Regent’s University.
M: 07920 812019
Gavin started his career in 1988 and has been a specialist in the leisure property sector for more than 30 years. Previously, Gavin was head of Avison Young’s UK Leisure Business Unit, Managing Director of GVA’s Retail, Hotels and Leisure Business Unit and Managing Director of specialist leisure boutique, Humberts Leisure. Gavin was the retained leisure property adviser to a leisure and media VCT and he has also acted as secondee to a regulated investment firm. He deals with a diverse range of clients and leisure property sub-sectors and carries out lease advisory and Landlord & Tenant work, viability studies, sales and purchases, valuations and acts as an Expert Witness in relation to specialist leisure property matters. He is a member of the Entertainment Leisure Forum (ELF) and has been an RICS Councillor.
M: 07562 756 912
Kai is currently on an internship at EiA and is enjoying learning about the diverse nature of the commercial property industry and the various intricacies of the industry.
The name EiA is a nod to history whilst looking to the future
The name EiA dates back to the Medieval period; referred to in the Domesday Book as the “Manor of Eia.” The Manor of Eia was in the parish of Westminster, covering what are today some of Central London’s most renowned neighbourhoods.
EiA is a nod to history whilst looking to the future. Our name sits anonymously in the foundations of London’s rich history; today we strive to maintain the inconspicuous nature of our namesake through the discreet, varied advice we offer to a broad range of clients.