Wellington has appointed Liz Ley to its board. Having worked her way up the company, the appointment highlights the firm’s commitment to career development and progression. Ley joined Wellington straight from school as a trainee quantity

John White Miller Homes

Miller Homes has appointed John White as non-executive chairman. He joined the Board at the beginning of December. White was previously

non-executive chairman of McCarthy & Stone, a position he had held since September 2013. He announced that he will step down from this position at its forthcoming AGM on 24 January. Prior to this White spent 38 years at Persimmon plc, being appointed group chief executive from 1993 – 2006 and group chairman from 2006 to 2011. Welcoming the appointment,

Miller Homes chief executive Chris Endsor said: “John has spent all his working life in the housing indus- try and has unrivalled experience within the sector. I very much look forward to working with him as Miller Homes enters a new excit- ing phase in its development and executing our strategic growth plans of delivering 4,000 homes per year by 2021.

surveyor in 2008, and since then has completed a degree in quantity surveying at Anglia Ruskin University. Wellington managing director Paul Pitcher, who himself started out as

an apprentice carpenter, said: “Liz is the first of a number of trainees we have supported through degree courses, and her hard work and success have inspired our ongoing programme.” Her appointment to the board is testament to our commitment to

training and career development of our people.” Ley joins chairman Richard Sullivan, managing director Paul Pitcher and commercial director James Denny on the Wellington board.

Andy Addison Churchill

Churchill Retirement Living has appointed Andy Addison to the newly-created role of area director for the west country, as part of the group’s south west region. Addison will work with south

Stewart Milne Homes

Stewart Milne Homes has strengthened its senior team as it gears up for major growth with an aim to deliver 500 new homes in the Central Belt every year. Qualified architect Stuart Henderson has been appointed to the newly-created role of design director. Former land director Gary Milne has been appointed technical director and Grant Kirkhope moves from a strategic group role to join as land director. The internal appointments

follow the recent appointment of Bryan Galloway as construction director and complete the strengthening of the senior team.


John Totty, who previously headed up Totty Construction is the newest addition to the team at CAPD Complete Build Solutions and will be overseeing business development. Totty said: “Joining CAPD is a

fantastic prospect. It’s a family-run business with a very ambitious, hard-working team. I’m really looking forward to opening up new opportunities for the company, particularly across Yorkshire, Cheshire and beyond.” Managing director Gav Sambhi

commented: “John spent many years building in the north of England’s construction companies and is therefore a very exciting appointment for us.”

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west regional managing director James Barnes and chairman and CEO Spencer McCarthy to expand the Exeter team and drive growth across Devon and Cornwall. Andy has worked for over 25 years in housebuilding.


Lincoln-based housebuilder Truelove Property & Construction has appointed Matthew Turner as an architectural technician. Turner will be responsible for

drawing up the working deigns of all the firm’s property house types. He said: “I’m really looking forward to using my experience in generating 3D renders and images to aid the team.”

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