Tony Danaher’s extensive career in communications has seen him become one of the most well-respected and well-connected individuals in the UK property and regeneration industry.
Tony began his career as a parliamentary lawyer and went on to advise and work on a series of government initiatives, including a period as Assistant Chief Executive of the London Docklands Development Corporation. He founded his own real-estate PR consultancy, Tamesis, with wife Sue Brown in 1991. Since then, Tony has advised clients ranging from Canary Wharf, HSBC and Stanhope to Development Securities, British Land and CBRE. Tony was instrumental in researching and launching MIPIM, the annual international property showcase that takes place in Cannes.
Tony was an adviser to Lord Heseltine in his work on the UK government’s Regeneration and Local Growth programme. He is the chief executive of the Department for International Trade Capital Investment Organisation.