Roger Annis, Associate Property Adviser Roger has over 35 years' experience in commercial property fund and asset management, most recently working as a fund manager for a FTSE100 asset management company where he was responsible for running a number of property portfolios on behalf of corporate and local authority pension fund clients. He has extensive experience in the acquisition and disposal of commercial properties in all sectors of the UK market. In addition, during his career he has been involved in a wide variety of complex asset management and development projects. He is a Chartered Surveyor (MRICS) and holds a diploma in Valuation and Estate Management.
Todd Baker, Projects Co-Ordinator Todd has a degree in history from the University of Sheffield and joins EPF having completed internships for a communications agency and a mental health charity. In his spare time Todd volunteers with a community sponsorship group aiming to bring a family affected by the Syrian crisis to live in London and enjoys football and cycling.
Gordon Ludlow, Senior Property Adviser
Gordon has the benefit of over 30 years’ senior property & FM profession experience within industry, higher education, local government and the charity sectors.Gordon has also worked as a consultant and been the MD of a small FM contracting company. As a volunteer Gordon has served as a Non-Exec Director for the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) and chaired their Sustainability special interest group. Expertise includes formulating & implementing strategies that provide effective sustainable working environments. Gordon also has a long track record of successful capital, relocation and procurement project management.
Maria Mogor, Assistant Property Advisor
Maria has a degree in Law and studied Property Law at Brunel University. Here, she developed a keen interest in asset transfer and the management of properties. She enjoys working with the voluntary sector and has gained vital skills that enable her to understand the challenges such organisations face.Having volunteered for a few years within this sector she now wishes to further develop her knowledge of not for profit organisations and the tribulations they face to acquire and develop property.
Ian Parker, Senior Property Adviser Ian has over 25 years of regeneration and planning experience with the public, private and third sectors. With a background in property development, planning and economic development. Ian has worked at senior management level in local government and the commercial sector with major national programme and project management practice in regeneration partnerships focused on health, housing, environment, and further education. Ian has committed his recent career to the charity sector and is a Chair of Trustees for an award winning environmental education charity in London and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA).
David Sayce, Volunteer Property Adviser
Antonia Swinson, Chief Executive
David is a retired
Chartered Surveyor. He has over 40 years experience working as a rural
and commercial surveyor in the private sector, for County Councils and
as the property manager for a charity, a county Wildlife Trust for whom
he was property manager.
Antonia joined the Foundation as CEO in February 2014. She moved into not for profit leadership in 2005 – as CEO of Social Enterprise Scotland and subsequently Speakers Trust, after a successful career as an award winning business journalist. Antonia has written 5 published works of fiction and non-fiction and served for 15 years as a not for profit trustee, including as Chair of the Society of Authors in Scotland and trustee of Social Enterprise UK. She is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh and currently writes the property column for Charity Times.
Liz Warwick, Associate Property Advisor Liz Warwick is a chartered surveyor and sustainability professional providing consultancy on property and developing programmes for reducing energy and environmental impacts. She understands the challenges, regulations and risk management. She owns Lansdowne Warwick, a consultancy providing advice to organisations and the design and construction industry, as well as productions and events. Liz was a Director at Lambert Smith Hampton in the City of London office for 10 years, focusing on development and leasing advice, before having a family and following her passion for sustainability. She is a BREEAM AP and assessor, as well as a Lead Auditor for Environmental Management Systems to ISO 14001. Liz is experienced in the not for profit sector and working with clients to develop social responsibility programmes. Liz is also a trustee for Energy Revolution, a carbon balancing charity who invest 100% donations in renewable energy projects.