It was early on during his rugby career at Bristol that Rob established an interest in property. Over the next 6 years at the club he intertwined the worlds of professional rugby and property. On the pitch, Bristol progressed from National One in to the Premiership finishing 3rd in 2007 and qualification for the Heineken Cup ensued. Off the pitch by 2008 Rob had overseen property renovations, refurbishment and redesign. A move west into Wales saw him sign for the Scarlets and base himself in Cardiff. This presented a new property market and was the catalyst for setting up a property investment company with former fellow Bristol players Joe El-Abd, Olly Kohn, and Joe Horn-Smith. Only a few years after the company’s inception, Rob hung up the rugby boots in 2011 and diverted his professional capabilities into managing the company. This quickly expanded into property management, setting up Rocket Residential, for fellow landlords disillusioned with their current standard of service. This has grown rapidly and now manages landlords’ portfolios across south east Wales. In 2019, Rob’s latest venture is teaming up with another ex-Bristol colleague, Danny Gray, and launching a property company in Bristol in Wapping Wharf.