Regal London expands its marketing team with three new hires

From left to right: Lauryn Brown, Tim Hiskett and Deepa Arthur

Residential-led mixed-use developer, Regal London has expanded its team with three new hires, in line with the company’s wider creative strategy.

Tim Hiskett joins from Related Argent LLP as Marketing Director, having worked on various marketing and placemaking projects, including the rebranding of The King’s Cross Estate and the launch of Coal Drops Yard.
With 14 years of experience in digital marketing, Deepa Arthur joins Regal London as Head of Digital and Social. Prior to joining, Deepa was Director of E-commerce and Digital Marketing at The Langham, having previously worked at Marriott International, responsible for digital projects and campaigns to support and promote Marriott’s global online distribution strategy in Europe.
With a history of working on Proptech projects, sustainability research and charity developments, Lauryn Brown joins the team as Social Media and Content Producer, specialising in combining storytelling and data-driven strategies.
Earlier this month, Regal London created an Internal Creative Board, as part of the company’s wider creative strategy, where all heads of departments share information for a holistic overview. 
Regal London currently has a pipeline of around £4.5 billion totaling over 10,700 homes with 950,000 sq ft of commercial space in boroughs including Brent, Barnet, Tower Hamlets, and Hackney. Earlier this month, Regal London also announced it submitted plans for new student accommodation with capacity for nearly 1,000 student homes and 200 new affordable homes in the London Borough of Southwark.
Simon De Friend, Co-Founder at Regal London said:
“We are delighted to welcome our three new recruits to the team, their creative skills and deep understanding of the digital landscape align with our ambitions for London. Strengthening our digital marketing team is part our wider strategy at Regal London to create high-quality, thoughtfully designed housing and spaces for residents, commercial tenants and students with our partners.”

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Jonathan joined Regal London in 2016 as a Non-Executive Director and was appointed Managing Director in January 2017 before assuming the role of Chief Executive Officer in July 2020. Prior to joining Regal London full time, Jonathan spent 25 years’ working in law, corporate finance, publicly listed funds and private equity. Jonathan is both a member of Regal London’s Executive Committee and Management Committee.