People who make places for people

Argent has a reputation for delivering some of the best mixed-use developments in the UK. We are respected for our approach to business, which is always based on openness and integrity.

That reputation is down to our people.

We are proud and privileged to have such a committed, creative and talented team: people from different backgrounds and walks of life – with skills that range across architecture, engineering, finance, marketing, construction, planning and law.

We enjoy what we do and we are endlessly passionate about it.

Argent is over 144 strong, and growing. Each time you refresh this page, you’ll see more faces from the team.

The transformation at King's Cross has proved a regeneration masterclass.

David Spittles Evening Standard
Michelle Romion</

Michelle Romion

Jhaklyne Hassan</

Jhaklyne Hassan

Rachele Caltagirone</

Rachele Caltagirone

Genna Tildsley</

Genna Tildsley

Natalie Mills</

Natalie Mills

Emily Boyd</

Emily Boyd

Ruairidh Jackson</

Ruairidh Jackson

Richard Meier</

Richard Meier

Since joining Argent in 2003, Richard has worked primarily on the King’s Cross redevelopment, where he is responsible for coordinating and delivering some £600 million of projects, including major residential, retail, public realm and infrastructure projects.

Notably, Richard oversaw the delivery of the new £155 million campus for Central Saint Martins (University of the Arts London).

At a corporate level, he is responsible for development management, securing new opportunities and resourcing. He also leads several strategic initiatives, such as development of a new Residential Private Rental model and the roll-out of Building Information Modelling.

Richard read Engineering at Cambridge and has a Masters in Property Law and Valuation. He is chair of the ULI Residential Council, a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, and sits on the King’s Cross Construction Board.

Angela Jewell</

Angela Jewell

Nick Bailey</

Nick Bailey

Charles Vine</

Charles Vine

Maxine Shannon</

Maxine Shannon

Dave Elwood</

Dave Elwood

Chris Schorah</

Chris Schorah

Ruth Wilson</

Ruth Wilson

Tom Goodall</

Tom Goodall

Yvonne Andrews</

Yvonne Andrews

John McCormack</

John McCormack

David Marriott</

David Marriott

Dave is one of our in-house lawyers. He is involved in most deals and legal agreements, including Piccadilly Place in Manchester, Google’s UK headquarters and the BNP Paribas building at King’s Cross.

Dave studied Law in York and at Oxford before qualifying into the real estate team at Hogan Lovells. He first came to Argent on secondment in 2007 and joined the team permanently in 2008.

Nick Porzig</

Nick Porzig

Anna Gagliano</

Anna Gagliano

Honey Nounou</

Honey Nounou

James Humber</

James Humber

Peter Freeman</

Peter Freeman

Peter Freeman, like his brother Michael, became a solicitor, having read History at Oxford University. They founded Argent together in 1981, nurturing the business and growing it into the widely respected and diverse company that it has become today.

Peter remains actively involved as a non-executive director and investor in various Argent entities and a director of King’s Cross. Peter is also a director and investor in Mayfields Market Towns Limited, which is promoting a new town in Sussex. Also within the property industry, Peter has been a non-executive director of Land Securities and MEPC; Chairman of the Investment Property Forum, and a member of the Bank of England Property Forum. Away from property, Peter is Chairman of Pay Wizard, a technology company.

Helena Johnson</

Helena Johnson

Kate Van Den Driessche</

Kate Van Den Driessche

Jane Temple</

Jane Temple

Harpreet Chahal</

Harpreet Chahal

Nick Searl</

Nick Searl

Nick is a Partner of both Argent and Argent Related. Having spent almost 10 years working on King’s Cross, where his main priority was leading the commercial team dealing with the definition, strategy, leasing and management of the office and retail components, Nick now leads Argent Related’s 10 million sq ft Brent Cross South development in north London. At a corporate level, Nick is also involved in securing new development opportunities for Argent Related and is responsible for the marketing and promotional activities of the business.

Before joining Argent in late 2007, Nick worked with Chelsfield and European Land at Paddington Basin, where he delivered The Point and Waterside buildings for M&S and Orange respectively, and was also the development manager responsible for obtaining planning permission for the Merchant Square development. Prior to that Nick spent almost 5 years working on large developments in the Far East.

Nick is chairman of the BCO London awards panel and is also chairman of trustees for the charity Club Peloton that organises the cycle rides to Mipim, Mapic and other industry events each year.

Morwenna Hall</

Morwenna Hall

Jenna Lloyd-Ball</

Jenna Lloyd-Ball

Craig White</

Craig White

  • Michelle Romion
  • Jhaklyne Hassan
  • Rachele Caltagirone
  • Genna Tildsley
  • Natalie Mills
  • Emily Boyd
  • Ruairidh Jackson
  • Richard Meier
  • Angela Jewell
  • Nick Bailey
  • Charles Vine
  • Maxine Shannon
  • Dave Elwood
  • Chris Schorah
  • Ruth Wilson
  • Tom Goodall
  • Yvonne Andrews
  • John McCormack
  • David Marriott
  • Nick Porzig
  • Anna Gagliano
  • Honey Nounou
  • James Humber
  • Peter Freeman
  • Helena Johnson
  • Kate Van Den Driessche
  • Jane Temple
  • Harpreet Chahal
  • Nick Searl
  • Morwenna Hall
  • Jenna Lloyd-Ball
  • Craig White