Sandra is a Director of Dataloft, an independent residential research consultancy and a consultant partner at Ramidus Consulting. She works with investors, developers, advisors and policy makers providing insights into property market dynamics, socio-economic trends and economic development.  She has a particular interest in the drivers of demand for workspace and the intersection of commercial and residential land uses.  Much of her work has focused on London and its relationship to the wider south east markets.

With Ramidus Consulting, Sandra has co-written the London Office Policy Review for the GLA in 2007, 2009, 2012 and 2016; studies relating to the provision of workspace for SMEs for the GLA and City of London Corporation and a major report on the impact of prime residential investment for Westminster City Council.  Other projects with Ramidus include an assessment of the unrealised potential of brownfield land development in Greater London and the scale and diversity of uses in industrial space in and around Park Royal.  She has been a regular contributor to Estates Gazette and other print media.

As a Director of Dataloft, Sandra oversees a wide portfolio of commissioned research on residential markets across the UK, for clients including developers, investors, estate agents, financial advisors and corporates with a business need to understand the drivers and stakeholders in the property sector.