Casper MacDonald-Hall (and family) has built his fortune through a property empire and owns 40% of the development company London & Cambridge Properties, as well as Sheet Anchor Property Investment of Havant and jointly owns the property investment company Proudreed.
He was 183rd on the Sunday Times rich list, with a personal wealth estimated at £954 million
Casper MacDonald-Hall has been in the property and investment business for over 20 years and his LCP Group was founded in 1987 and is a leading privately owned investment and property management company.
Their current portfolio is estimated at £2.37 billion, covering 25 million sq ft, including 639 assets.
In 2018 they completed a £9 million investment to upgrade property on their flagship Pensnett Trading Estate, which is one of the largest business estates in Europe and home to 170 businesses over 2.4 million sq ft.
In 2022 LCP was voted the top direct owner of shopping centres in the country for the second year in a row. During the previous year, the group had acquired 25 centres, investing over £40 million, including the Cwmbran Centre, The Galleries (in Washington) and Aviemore Retail Park.
Also in 2022, they completed a 5-year investment in Maghull Shopping Centre, Maghull, including the refurbishment of 45 first-floor flats and several external upgrades, like resurfacing of the car parks.
Some of their notable office investments include Aldershot Business Centre, Kent House Business Centre (Maidstone), Southgate House (Stevenage) and Enterprise House (Spennymoor).
Industrial investments have always accounted for a large proportion of their portfolio, including in key locations such as Bristol, Reading, Sheffield and Durham.
They expanded into Poland in 2005 and Germany in 2007, retaining these subsidiaries today.
Mr MacDonald-Hall is Chair of the charity, The Honeypot Children’s Charity, a position he has held since May 2000. The charity provides support for vulnerable children and young carers.