Q&A: Crown Estate GC on Favourite Firms, Fatherhood and Game of Thrones
Booth cycles to work, says he is pathologically incapable of staying in his box but it would be unwise to ever ask him to sing.
Rob Booth is the legal guardian of a substantial part of The Queen’s UK property portfolio. Just 34 when he took up the role of GC at The Crown Estate in 2016, Booth holds legal responsibility for the company’s £14 billion of property assets. The portfolio includes London’s Regent Street, much of St James’s and about 340,000 acres of rural land. Before his current role, he was head of legal, having joined the company in 2012.
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