FRICS IRRV Registered Valuer
Favourite building: The Old Palace at Hatfield House
Tony How qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 1976. He was an equity partner in Batty Stevens Good, a firm of Chartered Surveyors and Agents in West and North London. He became a director of William H Brown in 1990, which he then bought out with David Moon in 1998. Tony has a wealth of experience and general practice, developed from over 40 years in the industry. Some of his previous experience includes property advisory work for HSS and Cannons Health and Fitness. Tony is property advisor to a number of charities and trusts. He also holds a position as a trustee of a large charity and he was a former governor of Stormont School.
Favourite building: Doges Palace, Venice
David Moon became chartered in 1975. He studied at Leicester Polytechnic and began his career with the Ministry of Public Buildings and Works, moving into private practice 1978. His chief specialisms are party wall matters and dilapidations, project management, building surveys and expert witness work. David is a former chairman of the Pyramus & Thisbe Club and currently chairs the editorial panel for its magazine, Whispers. He was also chairman of the Middlesex and Urban Essex branch of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Furthermore, David is currently chair to the Subterranean Development Bill advisory panel to the House of Lords.
BA(Hons) MRICS Registered Valuer
Favourite building: St Pancras Station
David studied Business and Real Estate Management at Oxford Brookes. He has been at Davis Brown for 10 years and is a Chartered Surveyor and RICS Registered Valuer. He deals with a diverse range of work including Valuation, professional rent reviews and lease renewals, lease extensions and property management. David also heads the commercial agency department who deal in acquisition and disposal of retained client interests and investment work.
BSc Hons M.A.R.L.A
Favourite building: The Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, Mallorca
Emma comes from a family background in property. After graduating from University in 2009, she began working as a Residential Negotiator at Davis Brown. She qualified in the NFOPP award in Residential Letting and Property Management and became a member of the Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA) in 2010. Emma works with a variety of clients from private investors to large charities. She has recently been instructed to work for a large family trust in W1.