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Te latest movements and appointments within the housebuilding industry CADOGAN


llison Homes has welcomed new

managing director Adrian Evans to its growing team. Allison Homes is the

newest business within the Larkfleet Group run by CEO Karl Hick

and currently has Anvil Mews in Stamford under development. Adrian Evans brings with him 15 years of

leadership, experience and knowledge as managing director of Persimmon Homes, East Midlands Division and prior to that he headed the technical side of the Persimmon business. Now with responsibility for the leadership

and development of Allison Homes, Adrian will play a key role in driving the company forward and building on the firm’s outstanding reputation for quality developments and customer service. Adrian said: “Allison Homes has a past

and well-deserved reputation as a leading home builder. We have a tremendous opportunity to enrich this again with the newly launched company. I have respected Larkfleet Homes as a competitor over many years and I am excited to be on board and part of this expanding team which will take Allison Homes to the next level.” Nigel Parson, who previously held the role

of managing director at Allison Homes, has been promoted to the post of managing director of construction for the entire Larkfleet Group, including Allison Homes.


extura Corporation, provider of collaboration solutions for the construction industry, has

announced the appointment of long-time technology executive Paul Bamforth as UK Managing Director of Textura Europe®. Bamforth has an extensive career in

technology sales and management. At Textura Europe, he is working with European President Colin Smith and the UK team to offer its collaboration solutions. Bamforth says: “This is a very exciting

time for the industry as there is a real desire to find a solution that addresses the payment needs of the complete supply chain.”

Building Surveying, alongside existing Head of Building Nicholas Dutton (BSc Hons, FRICS). Jane has over 20 years’ experience in the field, holding roles at Currie & Brown and most recently Strutt and Parker, where she worked for 12 years heading up the Building Surveying division. Her new role will see her lead the provision of project management and building surveying services alongside Nicholas for the 93 acre Cadogan Estate in Chelsea. Jane has a broad range of experience across


all aspects of building surveying. Jane says: “I am thrilled to be taking on

this new role at Cadogan, an estate with such a rich heritage in the heart of London, and excited to be able to bring the experience I’ve gained over twenty years in the profession to this next stage and prestigious appointment. I am looking forward to bringing to fruition the schemes that are planned, as well as completing those already started such as the new Headquarters to which Cadogan is moving later in the year.”


roperty consultancy GL Hearn has announced the appointment of Sally Davis as a Senior Planner in its Bristol

Planning team. As part of her new role, Sally will focus on promoting residential sites, submitting planning applications and securing consent for proposed developments. Sally started her career in local

government as a Planning Officer before becoming a Development Control Officer. During this period she also gained a Masters in Spatial Planning and became a Chartered Member of the RTPI. More recently she moved into planning consultancy, focusing on major residential-led schemes. Sally said:“I am looking forward to work-

ing on the successful delivery of large-scale planning projects. I believe GL Hearn’s strong, established reputation as a leading UK property consultancy will provide me with the perfect platform to build on my previous experience.” Tony Clements, Head of Bristol at GL

Hearn said: “This appointment highlights the importance we attach to providing our clients with the best residential planning advice.”

adogan has announced the appointment of Jane Henshaw (BSc Hons, MRICS) as Joint Head of


esidential development lender Titlestone Property Finance has recruited Mark Quigley as

Relationship Director and Grenville Turner as Chairman. Grenville Turner has 40 years’ worth of

experience in retail banking and the property sector and is also Non-Executive Chairman of a number of companies, including Zoopla Property Group. Grenville will be working alongside

Robert Orr, Chief Executive, and the senior management team. Robert Orr, Chief Executive of Titlestone said: “As we move into the next stage of business development we are excited to have Grenville join us. He is a fantastic sounding board for the management team and is a perfect choice because of his wealth of experience in both banking and the residential property sector.” Grenville said: “At a time when the level of

housebuilding is on the national agenda, Titlestone is helping residential developers’ to finance their development programmes. “Robert and his team are already making

sound decisions, based on detailed market knowledge and are lending to some fantastic clients. The next stage of development will involve widening the net and to explore new areas of the market and new products.” Mark Quigley, who has over 25 years

experience in real estate finance has also been snapped up by the lender.


HS Integrated Services, a specialist

provider of high specification industrial scaffolding and associated services, has appointed former All Blacks star Xavier Rush to head up its new

business development strategy. Xavier will be responsible for

strengthening SHS’s relationships with existing clients and driving new business leads across the UK. Prior to joining SHS, Xavier spent time

developing residential properties and he currently manages a portfolio of properties. He said: “I am thrilled to be joining an ambitious company like SHS.”

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