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About Nick Deacon
Prior to his current role, Nick was director of Central London offices, where he was involved with high-profile London transactions and projects, including 40 Leadenhall Street and King’s Cross Central. Nick joined the firm in 2004 to assist with the launch of the Central London office strategy. He has been highly involved in the growth of the business’ London office portfolio. Nick started his career as a graduate at Weatherall Green & Smith before moving to Slade & Co. He later joined DTZ as an Associate Director in the Investment Agency. He began working in the office market industry in 2000.
Nick graduated with a B.A., with honours, in Business Management and Finance from the University of East Anglia and a M.S. in Land Management from the University of Reading. He is also a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.