Nick has over 10 years’ experience as a real estate and sustainability consultant providing strategic advice to leading global real estate companies. Prior to joining EVORA, Nick spent seven years at JLL and a further year and a half at Deloitte. His experience has been gained principally through advising clients in setting appropriate sustainability targets and wider corporate responsibility strategies covering issues relating to regulatory compliance, managing risk and operational efficiency. Nick is also a data expert and in a prior role was one of the founders of the Real Estate Environmental Benchmark used by the BBP.
What are your main responsibilities?
As Product Owner of SIERA our proprietary data platform, Nick is responsible for leading on enhancing SIERA’s functionality in line with EVORA’s strategic vision for an industry-leading data management and analytics software solution.
What’s the best part of your job?
The best part of my job is that its very collaborative. A key part of developing software is putting the user at the centre of the experience. This requires that I engage with a range of stakeholders to understand their needs, as well as working closely with both our technical delivery teams and consultant experts to deliver something that underpins EVORA’s wide range of services.
What’s something few people know about you?
I am a direct descendant of Luke Howard, who lived in Tottenham 150 years ago. He made a massive contribution to the arts and sciences but was most well-known for coming up with the nomenclature for the classification of the clouds (cumulo, nimbus, stratus etc).