Hanna Osundina

Senior Development Manager, Balfour Beatty Investments

As a Senior Development Manager for East Wick and Sweetwater project, Hanna manages the feasibility, business planning, budget, design, programming and planning pathways of mixed-use regeneration project which has over 1,800 homes and 20,000sqm of non-residential floor space, part of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park legacy. She brings her skillset as a MRICS qualified planning and development professional to help achieve the vision for a community first neighbourhood.  

Hanna is also the founder of Black Women in Real Estate, bringing together black women in property with the intent for them to connect, empower each other and grow. She also sits on the board of E16 CLT – a community land trust in Newham, helping to make strategic decisions on the management of newly owned ex-council properties and the feasibility of future opportunities. In addition, Hanna is the vice chair of the University of Greenwich’s Construction, Property and Surveying Practices – Industry Advisory Board and sits on the Estate Gazette’s D&I Content Advisory Panel.

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