At Mood and Space we support our clients to create their development vision and strategy as well as efficient processes to deliver great buildings and urban neighbourhoods
We aim to be leading ESG real estate business working with investors, developers, communities, local authorities and landowners who want to make the world better one place at a time.
We’d like to introduce you to the founder of Mood and Space
Mood and Space (MAS) was founded by Hanna Afolabi BA (Hons) MSc MRICS. As a planning and development surveyor and holder of a BA (Hons) in architecture, she is passionate about the built environment and ensuring that people come first in the process.
In her most recent role prior to setting up MAS, Hanna was a Development Director for Balfour Beatty Investments seconded into East Wick and Sweetwater Ltd a joint venture with Places for People. She lead on the feasibility, business planning, budget, design, programming and planning of the mixed-use regeneration project of c.1,900 homes on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
She has worked on other notable projects in London, including Hallsville Quarter in Canning Town and Borough Triangle in Elephant and Castle.
“Real Estate, as an industry, is far reaching and touches the lives of every type of person. The industry needs innovative solutions to solve problems in the built environment, this requires diverse voices, views and people in the decision making process.” - Hanna Afolabi
Hanna founded Black Women in Real Estate (BWRE) an organisation that brings together black women in property with the intent for them to connect.
Hanna is the vice chair of the University of Greenwich’s Construction, Property and Surveying Practices – Industry Advisory Board
Hanna is a member of Estates Gazette's Diversity & Inclusion Content Advisory Panel.