The Legal & General Real Assets Cycle to MIPIM 2017

Sponsor Christian Male

About Christian

Christian is taking part in The Legal & General Real Assets Cycle to MIPIM 2017 which is raising funds for Club Peloton

"On this my second cycle from London to Cannes, I ride in honour of SimpsonHaugh’s 30th anniversary celebrations. By combining my two passions – cycling and architecture – I ask past, present and future SimpsonHaugh clients and collaborators to donate. I will be riding in a specially commissioned jersey with 30 dots on it and my aim is to secure 30 sponsors, one for each dot, each paying a minimum of £100 which will allow me to raise £3000 to support Coram, a charity that has made a difference in children’s lives for over 275 years.

As a SimpsonHaugh Partner and architect, I am responsible for several high profile projects, including two London skyline changing residential developments: One Blackfriars, rising up by Blackfriars Bridge, and Dollar Bay, near Canary Wharf. As husband and father of three, I have always been interested in cycling and have taken part in a number of cycling challenges over recent years, of which the L&G Real Assets Ride to MIPIM is the most challenging!

Keep an eye out for updates before and during my ride at and on Twitter at @SimpsonHaugh"

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