Graham Edwards has long held the position since the founding of Telereal in 2001. Telereal at present is managing assets that have 59.2 million sq. ft., which it was able to get when Edwards instigated the acquisition of BT or British Telecom. With his good business sense, he was likewise able to seal the purchase of Trillium – who at that time owned numerous properties through its subsidiaries. The merger of Telereal and Trillium made the company one of the leading firms in property procurement in the United Kingdom.

 

Telereal Trillium has contributed substantially in the development of properties in UK, and is responsible for building one percent of the total homes that are occupied and owned by UK’s workers. Currently, Telereal Trillium has an asset outlay worth £6 billion.

 

Due to his excellent business and leadership aptitudes, Graham Edwards was appointed by the Center for Policy Studies to be its Housing Policy Group Chairman, and became a Research Fellow of the Center. One of his primary tasks at the Center for Policy Studies is to work closely with the entity’s in-house specialists to generate required guidelines to promote faster construction and ownership of homes.

 

The Center for Policy Studies is a research institute which advocates British policies that have something to do with inception of social programs to effect main alterations on key policies to mitigate public services, support communities, and the pressure exerted on the independence of the British.

 

To address the social issues mentioned above, The Center for Policy Studies publicly introduced is New Generation Program that encompasses first-hand policies represented by new individuals for the following Brexit season. For the time being, the Center will be laying out the basic concepts for the required policies before the UK’s intended withdrawal from the EU.

 

As part of its strategies, the CPS has presented four core programs which will cover the people’s life and future. These programs are: cost of living and tax, business and enterprise, planning and housing, and welfare. The main goal for the cited programs is to cultivate rules and guidelines which will give the British an authentic feeling of ownership and a sound control of their individual lives.