Property entrepreneur Martin Skinner dies | Online

Martin Skinner

Skinner established and ran London developer Inspired Asset Management and was a pioneer of micro condominium developments. Inspired was a person of the largest companies enterprise office-to-residential conversions in the capital through the mid-2010s and converted five Croydon business buildings to micro-flats.

Skinner also acted as a non-executive chairman at The Collective, the UK’s biggest co-dwelling service provider, and labored with the British Assets Federation to interpret its posted definitions for micro-dwelling.

Even so, in August 2019 he was jailed for 22 months for careless driving just after a higher-speed crash that still left a passenger in his motor vehicle with serious accidents.

Months afterwards his residence company collapsed into administration. Skinner claimed that the corporation had been poorly hit by Brexit and govt variations to the purchase-to-allow sector.

Away from the enterprise globe, Skinner, who was named on Residence Week’s ’40 under 40’ list in 2015, was concerned in a variety of charity occasions at conferences together with Mipim.

Just 4 days in the past, Skinner posted on social media that he was in Dubai “to get offers done”.