Meet our Senior Directors and Partners

Our group has an extensive and intimate knowledge of the entire process through project conception to delivery and beyond. With experienced staff at the cutting edge of our industry we are able to clearly set out strategies that support your final goal.


We adopt a collaborative approach and strive to establish sustainable relationships with our clients and their business partners. Blending current market insight and leveraging our dedicated and experienced team of professionals to create advantageous and value driven outcomes for our clients.

We take the time to get to know you and understand your drivers and gateways, maintaining close contact with you throughout our working relationship.

John Murray  MRICS

Senior Director


John has a wealth of knowledge in the residential sector and a particular specialism with developing registered provider clients. He has significant experience co-ordinating regeneration bids and uses his skills to lead the team to successfully broker new opportunities, deliver on joint venture partnerships as well as acting as lead partner with our PRS clients.

Peter Airey  MRICS  IMaPS

Managing Director

With over 35 years experience, Peter provides his knowledge, expertise and support in all areas of our technical and professional activity. He specialises in procurement, where he provides innovation, vision and a pioneering approach. Peter also has knowledge and experience in off-site manufacture, commodities, procurement and establishing Information Management & BIM processes.

Denise Sheerin  AIIRSM  TechIOSH

Senior Director


Denise is responsible for all aspects of company administration, human resources, training and business management systems.


She holds qualifications in occupational health and safety and heads up this area.

Caroline Pillay  MSc  MAPM

Senior Partner

Chair of Councils Building Homes


Since joining Airey Miller in 2016 Caroline has spearheaded the design and delivery of tailored client-side and capacity building support services to councils and their development teams. Caroline is also the chair of Councils Building Homes, an Airey Miller initiative established in 2018 that provides a platform for councils from across the country to share best practice via peer to peer learning on the key issues, successes and challenges in delivering quality affordable homes.