Michael is the Chairman, CEO, and founder of Allied London Group, an award-winning multi-platform real estate investment, development and services group.
A qualified chartered surveyor, Ingall started his career managing various parts of London on the Crown and Pollen Estates for Drivers Jonas, he then moved on to retail development consultancy, joined the board of Raglan Properties in 1990 and joined the board of Allied London in 1995 subsequently taking the business private in 2000.
At Allied London he was responsible for the complete restructuring of the business, and earned a reputation for tackling complex, difficult and pioneering developments, as well as the restoration of listed historic buildings and iconic landmarks such as Herbal House (London), The Brunswick Centre (London), The Bonded Warehouse (Manchester), The Malthouse (Leeds), and ongoing work to the former London Road Fire Station (Manchester).
Michael’s ability to blend vision with technical and financial skills has established Allied London as a leader and authority in the area of complex city centre redevelopment. His and Allied London’s contributions to the property business have been recognised consistently with industry awards over the last twenty years. Spinningfields in Manchester is considered a particularly key development and is widely credited with creating a new commercial heartland for Manchester.
In 2014 Michael was listed in the politics section of Debrett’s 500, which lists Britain’s 500 most influential people, it was noted that he plays a fundamental role in the nation’s property market and in particular, city centre redevelopment.