Who are the property’s biggest rising stars?
We asked you to tell us, and over the last six weeks, more than 1,000 votes were cast via text and web poll.
The results show the new names across all areas of property – aged 35 and under – who will dominate tomorrow’s headlines.
And to recognise those waiting in the wings, a complete list of all the nominees who received votes but did not make it into the Hot 100.
6. Miltos Kambourides, 34, founded Dolphin Capital Investors in 2004. Today, it is the largest property company listed on AIM with ambitions to become a ‘billion- dollar’ outfit under Kambourides. It focuses on developing leisure resorts in the southern Mediterranean, where Kambourides spends ‘as much time as possible’ with his family on their boat. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1997 and worked in the team that created Trillium. He left two years later to join Soros Real Estate Partners, where he set up outsourcing company Mapeley.