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Miles Keeping and Jon Lovell branch out with Hillbreak consultancy

Former Deloitte real estate sustainability advisors Miles Keeping and Jon Lovell have signed up their old firm as a client for their new consultancy.

The pair have launched new advocacy, skills and risk management consultancy Hillbreak, to support clients as they tackle “environmental, societal and policy pressures”.

Deloitte has retained the new conultancy as an advisor.

Mr Keeping chairs the Green Property Alliance and is a director of the Investment Property Forum.

He said: “We think there’s a real market opportunity to offer bespoke, nimble advice across a multitude of functions, and are really excited about the impact we think we can help our clients make, both in the UK and internationally.”

Mr Lovell chairs the UK Sustainability Council and is a UK executive committee member of the Urban Land Institute. He was also a founding board member of the Manchester-China Forum.

He said: “Our independence enables us to engage more positively and overtly in advocacy activities and to fundamentally challenge and inspire clients at all levels.

“Our ambition is to continue delivering best-in-class training and advice to our clients, but also to help further the sector’s ambition, thinking and external reputation.”

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