Tom Jeffries - Director
After completing a BBS at Massey University in 1985, Tom was employed in the retail property market with Dominion Breweries, Whitcoulls and Colliers before forming Retail Solutions in 1997.
Tom specialises in large format retail and convenience/service properties throughout the country, with an extensive knowledge of provincial New Zealand centres.
Simon Revell – Director
Simon started his retail career with UK shopping centre firm P & O Properties and retailer WH Smith. In 1991 Simon moved to Auckland and established himself in the property market before forming Retail Solutions in 1997. He is a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS) and has a BSc (Hons) in Urban Land Economics. Simon sits on the National committee for the NZ Council of Shopping Centres (NZCS).
Simon focuses on specialty retail in high street and urban centres, creating strong networks in retailer and landlord relationships.
Jonathan Curtis - Director
Jonathan joined Retail Solutions in April 2016 after spending 12 years leasing for Westfield NZ and AMP Capital Shopping Centres building strong connections with most Australasian retail brands.
Jonathan brings a strong skill set to the planning and delivery of retail projects with a passion to add value in tenancy mixes, project leasing and retail planning.
Joanna Sharpe - Leasing Executive
Joanna started her retail career in the UK with Marks and Spencer before moving to New Zealand in 2001. Since then she has worked in house for a number of iconic New Zealand retail brands as well as within the asset management sector. Her experience covers Retail Property Management and in house retail, working within leasing, development, acquisitions and disposals from large shopping centres to small bespoke offerings. She is excited to be the newest member of the Retail Solutions team where she can focus on creating solutions for both retailers and property owners.
Joanna has a Masters Degree in Management Studies and Psychology from Glasgow University.
Please note that rules impacting real estate agency work, incorporated in the Anti-Money Laundering legislation, apply in New Zealand from 1 January 2019. This means that before we can engage in real estate agency work we will need to collect identity information from our vendor and landlord clients.