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14 INDUSTRY MOVERS Aman Dalvi OBE


Henley Homes Group


Henley Homes has appointed Aman Dalvi OBE to its board of directors. Awarded an OBE in 2000 for


services to housing, Dalvi joins Henley’s board of directors with over 30 years’ experience in the industry. His most recent position was corporate director of place at the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, a role which covered planning and regeneration. Dalvi spent nine years leading on place- making for the local authority, which has the largest develop- ment programme in the country. Prior to this, Dalvi was chief


executive of Gateway to London, a 10 year economic development programme set up with the support of the Mayor of London. He has also held roles as chief executive of a Housing Association and held board positions at the Olympic Park Legacy Company and English Partnerships, the national regeneration agency. In his new position, Dalvi has


responsibility for assisting the Board and the CEO in developing Group strategy and effective business partnerships with key stakeholders. Joseph Donkor, chief operating


officer, comments: “Aman’s wealth of experience across the housing sector will be invaluable to Henley, as we continue our expansion plans to deliver more quality homes across London and the south east and beyond.”


WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK Adam Osliff & Tracy Calvert Story Homes


Story Homes, has committed to further enhancing its customer experience with the appointments of a head of customer experience and communications and a quality assurance project manager. Having expanded into Scotland, the North East and the North West in


recent years, the Carlisle-headquartered developer has promoted two of its existing employees into the new roles. With significant investment already made into developing a market-leading “customer journey” for both new and existing customers, the team will work closely with Story Homes’ customer service managers and production departments to ensure that customers’ expectations are exceeded when they purchase a Story home. Tracy Calvert, who has been part of the company’s brand department


for four years, now leads the new department as head of customer experience and communications. She is joined by Adam Osliff, quality assurance project manager, who has worked as part of the site-based production team at Story Homes for 13 years and will be focused on ensuring that all office-based and site-based teams consistently deliver a high quality product and service.


David Jones Duchy Homes


Duchy Homes has strengthened its senior management team with the appointment of David Jones as group chief executive. Jones has worked in the


housebuilding industry for over 40 years holding senior positions at Ideal Homes, David Wilson Homes and Bellway. In his new role at Duchy Homes, David will be responsible for overseeing the Group’s divisions in Yorkshire, the North East, North West and newly launched West Midlands division.


Devonshire Homes


A new managing director has been appointed at west country housebuilder, Devonshire Homes. Tony Lane has taken the reins at the firm. Lane joins from Galliford Try,


where he was pre-construction and development director. He delivered a range of complex projects across the residential, commercial and regeneration sectors in his 27 years at the firm. At Devonshire Homes Lane


will lead on identifying land opportunities and be responsible for overseeing operations from land purchase through to customer service.


BPF


Paul Brundage, executive vice-president and senior managing director (Europe) at Oxford Properties has become the president of the British Property Federation (BPF). Brundage succeeds David Sleath, chief executive of SEGRO, who stood down as President at the BPF’s annual Summer Reception. The BPF has also appointed


Helen Gordon, chief executive of Grainger, as its new junior vice-president. Gordon will take over the role from Landsec chief executive Robert Noel, who becomes the BPF’s vice-president. Brundage commented: “I am


privileged to take on the role of BPF president.”


Craig Hart Rippon


Rippon Homes has recruited a new construction director designate to aid its continuing success and drive forward business growth. Craig Hart has a wealth of


experience after working for a variety of housebuilders, starting out as an apprentice bricklayer as a teenager and working his way up to construction director.


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