This Week’s Movers and Shakers – Show House
We review some of the appointments and promotions in the home construction industry and its supply chain on a weekly basis.
Darren Broughton, Bellway
Darren Broughton, who has five years of experience as a project / contract manager in the construction industry, has joined the Eastern Counties division of Bellway, based in Huntingdon. He started out as a carpenter and joiner, progressing over the years to step up to managerial positions. He said, “I really love being a part of Bellway.”
Lucy Hollands, Vistry Group
Lucy Hollands has been promoted to Regional Director of Customer Services for the Vistry Group, based in the homebuilder’s divisional office in Peterborough. She joined Linden Homes, part of the Vistry group, nine years ago, initially as Customer Service Coordinator before becoming Head of Customer Service.
Vicky Savage, L&Q
L&Q has announced the appointment of Vicky Savage as Group Director, Development and Sales. She joined the company in November 2017 and her last role was as Managing Director in London. Savage said: “I am delighted and honored to take on this new role at such a pivotal time in L&Q history.”
Jonathan Cranley, octagon
Octagon has appointed former Millgate manager Jonathan Cranley as director of sales and marketing. He also joined the Group’s Board of Directors earlier this year. With over 30 years of experience in the real estate industry, starting his career at Berkeley Group, then 11 years at Millgate, Jonathan brings with him a wealth of experience to the market.
Andrew Booth, creating houses
Create Homes, the home construction arm of Create Group, has announced the appointment of Andrew Booth as Managing Director. He has over 30 years of development experience, having previously held similar leadership roles working on residential and mixed-use projects for the Calico Group, Mulbury Homes, Taylor Wimpey and Manchester City Council.
Max Bentham, Muse Developments
Muse Developments welcomed Max Bentham to their North West office as the Senior Development Surveyor. He brings with him over a decade of industry experience and will initially work on projects in Salford, having previously worked on a range of projects in the area including the foundry, Ducie Street warehouse and Swan Street. .
Catherine Hems, Godwin Developments
Godwin Developments has strengthened its marketing and communications team with the appointment of Senior Director of Communications, Catherine Hems. A graduate of the University of Birmingham with a degree in Russian Studies and International Relations, she is leaving New Century Media to take on this newly created position and previously worked at Instinctif Partners.
Suzy Hollins, Plumlife Homes
Suzy Hollins has been appointed Sales Manager at Plumlife Homes. She said: “My top priorities will be leading and supporting the sales teams to achieve our increasingly ambitious sales and marketing goals, developing our brand presence and ensuring that we innovate in a way that provide excellent customer service to our buyers and agency clients. ”
Tony Millidge, Stonebond Properties
Stonebond Properties has announced the appointment of Tony Millidge as Construction Manager for the Chelmsford area. He brings with him a wealth of experience, having previously worked at Higgins for six years and prior to that, Countryside for 13 years.
Two meetings, KALMARs
South London Estate Agents KALMARs are proud to announce the appointment of Rachel Stanislaus and David McGuinness, who will join KALMARs respectively as New Land and Development Consultant and Senior Residential Sales Consultant. Sebastian Kalmar, Director of KALMARs, said: “I am very happy to work with both.
Two dates, Hamptons
Hamptons has welcomed two new real estate professionals to its team at Canary Wharf. Adam Wolfryd (pictured) assumes his role as sales manager with immediate effect, while Daniel Derbyshire will join the team as a sales associate. Both join Felicity J Lord and share 50 years of experience in the property industry.
Greig MacLeod, Scottish Building Federation
SBF has announced that Greig MacLeod of Lochgilphead MacLeod Construction will be its new chairman. He takes the role immediately, replacing Alan Morris of Fourply. MacLeod started his career with Tulloch Construction, before gaining new site management experience in the United States and then returning to the United Kingdom.
Chris Massingham, Rendall and Rittner
By creating an internal management team dedicated to utilities, Rendall & Rittner brought in Chris Massingham to lead it as head of utilities procurement. With ten years of experience in the energy sector, Chris is an industry specialist who previously worked for Anglian Water as well as in procurement management consultancies for property management companies.