Public Private Partnerships

GPA has engaged in PPP projects including an Ambulance Station in the Greenock Enterprize Zone in Glasgow, and the new BBC headquarters at Pacific Quay in Scotland.  We advised on the site identification and acquisition, development  agreements, sale and lease back, financing and tax leverage.


Alternative Technologies

At GPA we have designed an innovative 1, 2 and 3 BR housing unit specifications using alternative technologies. The units have a low carbon footprint and come complete with solar power and durable plumbing. The units are available in a “kit” form which are easy to transport, and assembly requires minimal training and a low skill base.

The 1 BR unit measures 45 sqm and can be delivered for USD 6,000. The housing units are ideal for institutions or individuals who already own land in peri-urban locations.


Legal Management, Dispute Avoidance and Resolution

We have recognised the damage that can be caused by complex and incongruent legal documents on a development. We have extensive experience in dispute resolution and practice in International Adjudication and Arbitration which places us ideally to draft and edit legal documents with a keen focus on dispute avoidance.


Research & Case Studies

GPA undertakes primary research and case studies to influence policy making and for use as teaching materials in course work. Recent case studies include how Housing Finance, the largest mortgage provider in Kenya, raised debt and equity finance to grow its operations.

The case study is available atHousing Finance Africa Case Study


Stakeholder Engagement

GPA engages closely with a wide range of public and private stakeholder engagement for the preservation of green spaces and rehabilitation of rivers in Nairobi. GPA invests in the education of players in the real estate supply chain through technical workshops.


Forestry

Our Principals have invested in forestry across three continents in a blend of traditional and innovative productions. Widespread bamboo is produced for Textile fibre, activated carbon, construction materials and biomass. Bamboo has the unique property of continuous and repetitive cropping combined with a negative carbon footprint.