This is the man Boris Johnson is proposing to replace Baroness Margaret Ford as the chair of the 2012 Olympics legacy body - the London Legacy Development Corporation.
Daniel Moylan, councillor for Kensington and Chelsea, is set to take over as chairman after receiving the backing of Johnson this week.
He is a long time ally of Johnson and was reportedly made one of the highest paid councillors in the UK when BoJo appointed him deputy chair of Transport for London in June 2011. His salary reportedly increased from £55,000 to £132,000 at this time.
From a property perspective, Moylan is a non-executive director of the £600m Glanmore Property Fund, which was set up in April 1997, and includes 49 assets spread across the UK covering warehousing, offices, leisure and retail.