Aldermore expands commercial real estate team


Aldermore commercial real estate

Aldermore has appointed Pamela Mitchell, Jonathan Driver and Kirsty Dyke as property development managers in its commercial real estate team covering Scotland, the Midlands and the North West respectively.

The appointments are to support acceleration plans across Aldermore’s property development and commercial real estate business.

Pamela Mitchell Aldermore

Pamela, pictured above, is a property development surveyor with more than 15 years’ experience in commercial and residential property development and project management.

Her previous roles include development director and senior development manager with companies such as Regent Capital, Henry Boot Developments, Taylor Wimpey and Drum Property Group.

Pamela has hands-on experience of managing the full property development lifecycle.

Jonathan Driver Aldermore

Jonathan, pictured above, has over 14 years’ experience in the banking and finance sector, most recently as a senior portfolio manager at Homes England where he managed a portfolio of equity investments and joint venture partnerships, working with clients to accelerate housing delivery.

Prior to that, Jonathan spent 12 years at Lloyds Banking Group where he undertook relationship management and credit roles in Real Estate and Corporate Banking.

Kirsty Dyke Aldermore

Kirsty, pictured above, has over 13 years’ experience within the commercial finance sector, most recently as a relationship manager, where she worked alongside a portfolio of clients on their future business strategy and cash flow requirements.

Kirsty joins from HSBC and previously spent 10 years with Barclays Bank.

Ian Bryson, head of development and specialist property at Aldermore, said: 

“I’m delighted to welcome Pamela, Jonathan and Kirsty to the commercial real estate team.

They have wide-ranging experience in the commercial and real estate sector, and I’m certain they will compliment Aldermore’s established development offering, enhance our UK Coverage, as well as enabling growth plans moving forwards.”