Sam joined LCA as an Account Manager in October 2020. He currently works with clients such as Countryside, Barratt and the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) in boroughs including Westminster, Camden, Southwark, and Newham. Sam is experienced at assisting clients with political engagement and stakeholder communications, and has a track record helping developers and landowners achieve successful outcomes both at the planning stage and during construction.
Previously he spent four years at another public affairs agency, where he advised clients such as Shaftesbury, Qatari Diar and CIT. Sam has experience working on a wide variety of high-profile and complex schemes, including the redevelopment of the former US Embassy in Grosvenor Square and the National Holocaust Memorial.
Sam also has a strong knowledge and understanding of national politics, having worked in the House of Commons for a Conservative MP, and has experience of national public affairs campaigns.
Outside of work, Sam enjoys martial arts and can be often be found in the gym working on his Muay Thai or Boxing. A lifelong music lover, lockdown inspired him to finally take his first out of tune steps towards learning to play the guitar.