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Antony Crovella and Shelley McIntosh – United House London property developer United House has promoted Antony Crovella to sales and marketing director and Shelley McIntosh to communications manager. McIntosh has worked for the firm as a marketing co- ordinator for the past four years. In her new role, McIntosh will be responsible for the full co-ordination and management of United House’s extensive hospitality and corporate responsibility event programme.


Meanwhile, Crovella has been promoted after four and a half years with the company. Prior to joining United House, he worked at central London property advisor EA Shaw for ten years, most recently as an associate partner dealing with new residential developments, site sales and acquisitions. Crovella will oversee all of the marketing campaigns for the private residential projects at United House and formulate the strategies behind the company’s sales approach.


IanMoverley – Indesit Company Ian Moverley has been appointed as the new Brand Director for Hotpoint at Indesit Company. Moverley has been with Indesit Company for 15 years, most recently as Brand Director for Indesit. He will be responsible for developing and implementing the overall brand strategy for Hotpoint, including leading the introduction of all new products and all communications. “I am delighted to be taking on this role at such an exciting time in Hotpoint’s development,” said Moverley. “The Hotpoint brand is 100 years young this year, and we are celebrating this with the launch of some sensational new products that will ensure the brand continues to lead the way on design, innovation and technological developments.”


Isabel Hudson –NHBC NHBC, the UK’s leading warranty and insurance provider for new homes, has announced the appointment of Isabel Hudson as deputy chair. Hudson, who has three decades of experience in the insurance and finance sectors, joined NHBC’s board of directors on 1 June, in preparation for taking over the role of chair from Sir John Carter, when he completes his term of office in November. Commenting on her appointment, she said: “NHBC plays a vital role in raising standards and providing protection to new homeowners in


the UK. I am very much looking forward to joining the board and contributing to this important work, as it celebrates its 75th year.” Hudson is also non-executive director on the boards ofMGMAdvantage, QBE Insurance Group, The Pensions Regulator, and Phoenix Group Holdings.


Martin McAtamney and Luke Lancaster –Mount Anvil London developer Mount Anvil has made two senior appointments to its growing team. Martin McAtamney (left) has been appointed in the new role of pre-construction project director while Luke Lancaster (right) joins as senior land manager. These roles have been created in line with Mount Anvil’s recent site acquisitions, including the 3.5 acre site inWandsworth Town. McAtamney’s primary role will be in managing new sites prior to building getting underway, a role similar to the position he previously held at Ballymore. He will ensure that schemes are fully designed in the pre-construction period, ensuring they achieve top value and a clear build methodology prior to handover to the construction delivery team. Meanwhile Lancaster will be working to support the land team in identification, appraisal and acquisition of land opportunities. He will focus on Mount Anvil’s core development areas of Islington and the City as well as identifying new strategic areas.


ChrisRoads –BovisHomes Chris Roads has taken the post of sales and marketing operations director for Bovis Homes’ South East region. Roads has more than 30 years’ experience in the housebuilding industry, having previously worked for Fairclough, Redrow and David Wilson, among others. He comes to Bovis Homes from his role as sales and marketing director at Family Mosaic Housing Association. “I am delighted to be joining Bovis Homes, a company with great traditions and a well- respected name in the industry,” he said. “The South East region has some exciting expansion plans over the next few years and the challenges associated in achieving these are very enticing. I have no doubt that the excellent team I have joined has the capability of realising these aspirations.”


108| July 2011 showhouse


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