Paul Shelley

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Paul Shelley Divisional Director, Land Quality

As of 2021, Paul leads our national Geo-environmental and Geo-technical business discipline. With nearly 20 years’ experience he has advised on the feasibility and viability of a wide range of developments.

With Hydrock, Paul’s track record includes the delivery of geo-environmental and geotechnical assessments for notable projects such as, Prince Philip Park, a former military camp in Hampshire, The Biscuit Factory in Bermondsey, 65-70 White Lion Street, Islington, a former Kodak factory at Harrow and the proposed mixed-use development at Fort Halstead in Kent. Paul has also supported a number of London boroughs to help them de-risk sites identified for future residential, commercial and retail developments.

His career track record also includes the prestigious Campden Hill redevelopment in London and the mixed-use development Bankside in London.

His extensive experience in delivering complex multidisciplinary projects, working at all stages of a development’s lifecycle, means Paul is adept at providing clients with cost focused, pragmatic and deliverable solutions.

Paul has been a member of Hydrock’s team at MIPIM in 2018 and 2019 and is a registered Specialist in Land Condition (SiLC).