ABP appoints new Lead Property Development Manager

ABP appoints new Lead Property Development Manager

Associated British Ports (ABP) has announced the appointment of Ben St-Quintin as the new Lead Property Development Management for the Wales & Short Sea Ports region.

In his role, St-Quintin strives to drive performance throughout ABP’s UK property portfolio, which includes 16 ports in Wales, the Southwest, East Anglia, the Northwest, and Scotland.

St-Quintin is a Chartered Surveyor who has worked with ABP as a Property Development Manager since December 2021.

Prior to joining ABP, St-Quintin was a Partner at Alder King Property Consultants, where he led large purchases and disposals while also handling pre-development technical and planning concerns.

In his new post at ABP, St-Quintin will oversee the delivery and development of excess land and assets, as well as initiatives to construct new facilities for existing and future clients related to renewable and alternative energy projects.

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Helen Thomas, Head of Property (Wales and Short Sea Ports), said: “I am delighted to welcome Ben to the team. With more than 600 acres of available development land across ABP’s Wales and Short Sea Ports portfolio, Ben will play an important role in turning asset management opportunities into deliverable schemes through expertise in site feasibility, viability, planning and funding.

“We are poised to unlock significant opportunities across diverse business lines and are already leveraging Ben’s expertise in redeveloping surplus land for a myriad of purposes.”

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Commenting on his new role, Ben St Quintin, Lead Property Development Manager, stated: “I am pleased to be moving into this new role in ABP’s dynamic and forward-thinking property team.

“In particular, I will be leading an investment programme to deliver multiple brownfield sites across a geographically diverse group of ports, to help unlock development land for deals relating to property and port related manufacturing as well as renewable and alternative energy.

“Working on these initiatives aligns with ABP’s commitment to sustainable development, as set out in its sustainability strategy – Ready for Tomorrow ­­– and I am eager to contribute to the ongoing transformation of these sites.”

In February, ABP announced plans for the Port of Newport to support a new era of green growth for the port and the city of Newport.

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