ABOUT US | Our People
Paul FawellDirectorpaul.email@example.com 208 628
Paul is responsible for business development and is focused on achieving shared success for Right of Light Consulting’s clients and employees. Paul has over 15 years of surveying experience. Before specialising in rights of light, Paul worked as a Senior Surveyor at EC Harris LLP on projects in central London and the West End.
Anthony FawellSenior Right of Light Surveyoranthony.firstname.lastname@example.org 208 622
Anthony joined Right of Light Consulting in 2003 and has since established a broad client base. Anthony’s technical expertise and client focus has enabled him to successfully deliver some of our largest and most complex projects. Anthony has also developed computer facilitated techniques to undertake Building Research Establishment (BRE) daylight and sunlight calculations.
Paul HearmonSenior Right of Light Surveyorpaul.email@example.com 208629
Paul joined Right of Light Consulting in 2009 and has undertaken numerous commissions to advise developers on the impact their schemes will have on the daylight, sunlight and rights of light enjoyed by neighbouring properties, in order to try to maximise site development potential. This has required technical and detailed design advice for many high profile landmark buildings and clients. With a wide-ranging knowledge of the commercial property market and rights of light case law, Paul has also been involved in a number of complex legal negotiations.
Shirley EllisSenior Right of Light Surveyorshirley.firstname.lastname@example.org 319 396
Shirley joined Right of Light Consulting in 2008 and has since been providing planning and rights of light advice, support and representation to clients throughout the UK. Shirley specialises in providing advice on a diverse range of proposals from home extensions to major city developments. Shirley’s clients include residential and commercial property owners, management companies, hotel chains, local authorities and housing associations. Shirley also provides a practical approach to dispute resolution and negotiation.
Anthon Ranjit-SinghRight of Light Surveyoranthon.email@example.com 208 625
Anthon joined Right of Light Consulting in 2011. Anthon has experience of working for a diverse group of clients including commercial property developers, churches and housing associations. He also has previous party wall experience, has a keen interest in the technical side of rights of light and enjoys the team aspect of managing projects.
Matthew JonesSenior Right of Light Surveyormatthew.firstname.lastname@example.org 208627
Matthew joined Right of Light Consulting at the beginning of 2014, following completion of his master’s degree in Geology. Since joining, Matthew has worked on some of our most complex and technically challenging projects, managing rights of light risks and maximising development potential for his clients. Matthew uses his technical knowledge and critical evaluation skills to help developers address daylight and sunlight considerations.
Jonathan RaySenior Right of Light Surveyorjonathan.email@example.com 208 626
Jonathan joined Right of Light Consulting in 2012. Before working for Right of Light Consulting, Jonathan worked at PWS Surveyors. Jonathan has since worked on developments ranging from small domestic extensions through to large commercial projects. His commitment to client needs means each project is given individual attention to ensure successful delivery.
Joe PalmerRight of Light Surveyorjoe.firstname.lastname@example.org 261091
Joe joined Right of Light Consulting in January 2017, after graduating from Loughborough University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Joe is regularly commissioned by both developers and objectors to provide daylight, sunlight and rights of light advice, technical analyses and reports. Having experience working on both sides of development proposals has allowed Joe to act effectively in numerous negotiations for small and large scale schemes. Joe has also been involved in leading some new business development ideas and has a strong interest in improving quality and work management.
Alice CookRight of Light Surveyoralice.email@example.com 208623
Alice joined Right of Light Consulting in 2017 after completing her Geography degree at the University of Exeter. Alice is continuing her studies and currently working towards achieving an MSc in Rural and Urban Planning and becoming a RICS Chartered Surveyor. Since joining Right of Light Consulting Alice, has worked alongside senior members of the team on large and complex projects that has provided her with the skills to begin forming her own client base. With an extensive background in customer service, Alice has an approach that is client focused, allowing effective working relationships to be established. Alice also supports the objector side of the business, with project experience ranging from small residential disputes to large scale urban developments.
Charles McMahonRight of Light Surveyorcharles.firstname.lastname@example.org 261092
Charles joined Right of Light Consulting in 2017, following completion of his LLB honours degree in Law at Anglian Ruskin University, Chelmsford. He has a keen interest in rights of light negotiations and case law, applying skills derived from his academic and law enforcement experience. He previously worked with the public affairs team for High Speed Two (HS2) where he dealt with a range of land, property and legal related matters. Charles has fostered growth within our neighbourly matters and objections team. He is now continuing his professional development with planning and commercial experience.
Lorna AthertonRight of Light Office Managerlorna.email@example.com 208 624
Lorna joined Right of Light Consulting in October 2014 following a varied career as a business analyst and a site and office manager. Her experience has been invaluable in reviewing and formalising our internal processes, whilst ensuring business compliance is maintained. Lorna provides ongoing support to the surveying team by managing the administration activities of the business. Lorna’s role continues to develop by focusing on new business development ideas and marketing opportunities.
Philip SmithDirector at Smith Marston Ltdphilip.firstname.lastname@example.org 260 3123
Philip is a director at Right of Light Consulting’s associate firm Smith Marston Ltd. Philip specialises in Expert Witness work for rights of light, boundary and building disputes. Philip started his building surveying career at the University of Hull Estates Department. Philip went on to head the building surveying department at Smiths Gore in Corbridge, and then left in 1998 to become a sole practitioner based in Hexham.
Adrian MarstonDirector at Smith Marston Ltdadrian.email@example.com 260 3123
Adrian is a director at Right of Light Consulting’s associate firm Smith Marston Ltd. Adrian provides rights of light and daylight & sunlight planning advice in the North of England. Adrian’s background is in commercial property surveying, having previously headed the building consultancy department for King Sturge in Newcastle upon Tyne.