Luke Doonan is a renowned interior designer and property developer throughout the UK and Europe.
He bought his first property at the age of 18 and has always loved working around all aspects of interior design and property development. Luke worked for exclusive property company Savills where for a decade; he was in charge of running and selling the majority of the new luxury developments in and around Canary Wharf.
During his time at Savills, Luke started to buy properties in neighbouring Bow and Stratford where the prices were much cheaper than Docklands. He soon built up a healthy property portfolio and for the last 20 years has been running his property development company, which now extends to many areas throughout London and the UK.
Luke started Conscious Image Interiors in 1995, a highly individual design company that offers a bespoke private client service and also offers investors a unique furnishing service for their investments. Conscious Image has grown solely on reputation and works with some of the world's most renowned property developers and investors. Conscious Image has won various awards over the last 18 years and continues to be one of London's most dynamic interior design companies.
His career and passion for all things property has led him to become The Wright Stuff (Channel 5) Property Expert and is a regular guest expert on BBC London news and BBC London Radio. Luke recently presented two series of the awarding winning and ever popular property show, A Place in the Sun (Channel 4).
In 2015, He created and presented Council House Crackdown (BBC), a five part documentary show that investigates the abuse of social housing, illegal subletting and all aspects of tenancy fraud in the UK. The show was so successful; it was commissioned for a second series in 2016.
Luke Doonan is ready, willing and able. Most of all, he is excited to be one of the country's go-to men for all aspects related to the property market.
How many social housing homes could that 40m have built... Beyond posh corruption!!
Hopefully the ridiculous and scandalous #gardenbridge project really is dead in the water! Disgusting vanity project and 40m down the drain!
RT @bridgewithout: 23,000 empty council homes (southwark has 832, 5th largest number of empty council homes!) https://t.co/7y7WyPp5CO