Commercial Organisations

Businesses face a myriad of challenges: how to develop new business streams, recognise risks and opportunities, and identify how decisions impact customers.  Successful businesses embrace change and implement innovative solutions for sustainable growth.

Our strength lies in helping organisations plan their futures.  We have helped developers, contractors, housebuilders, solicitors, property investors, and other commercial businesses to understand their stakeholders and markets; identify growth opportunities; formulate new strategies; and ensure their governance and risk is of the highest calibre.

As a multidisciplinary team, examples of our support have included: establishing for-profit registered housing providers; bidding strategies; governance reviews; corporate strategies; joint ventures; senior interim managers; executive and non-executive recruitments.

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Contact the Campbell Tickell team at their Wembley office. 

Commercial sector news
  • Campbell Tickell strengthens in-house team

    Campbell Tickell is pleased to confirm that we are bringing in two long-standing associate consultants, Helen Routledge and Alistair Sharpe-Neal, into our in-house team, as well as promoting Senior Consultant Liz Zacharias to Director.

    April 1, 2021
  • CT Webinar – The 15 minute neighbourhood

    Hear the views of our expert panel, each examining different aspects of the 15 minute neighbourhood.

    January 20, 2021
  • CT joins the APPG for Housing Market and Housing Delivery

    An All-Party Parliamentary Group for Housing Market and Housing Delivery was established earlier this year. Read Campbell Tickell’s response to the consultation and why we joined.

    December 10, 2020
  • CT20: Unpacking the future

    Last year we hosted our ‘CT20’ future-gazing event. A lot has happened since then. so we went back to speakers at that event, to invite them to tell us how they see aspects of our future now. Here is what some of them had to say.

    November 4, 2020