22 INDUSTRY MOVERS James Lambert Bellway

James Lambert has been appointed as commercial manager as Bellway Eastern Counties’ third member of staff, as part of the company’s rapid expansion plan. Lambert brings five years’

Bellway experience with him to the role for the developer’s latest division. He first worked for Bellway in a summer placement while studying his Quantity Surveying BSc at Sheffield Hallam University, before applying for a full-time role as a surveyor/ estimator when he graduated in 2013. Commenting on his

appointment, Lambert said: “I gained five years’ experience at Bellway’s office in Milton Keynes and was really keen to try a new challenge when I heard that the company was launching a new division from Huntingdon. Being part of the founding stages was too good an opportunity to turn down.” Lambert’s new role as a

commercial manager means that he is jointly responsible for land acquisitions sometimes worth tens of millions of pounds. “Working on such high value estimates for our land acquisitions is a massive responsibility, but I relish the challenge and working with the variety of consultants,” he said. Bellway Eastern Counties is

currently building new homes at The Furrows in Warboys and Bower Place in Cottenham, Cambridgeshire.

WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK Mark Cash Genesis Homes

Less than six months after joining Genesis Homes as a senior site manager, Mark Cash has been promoted to head of construction. Cash has worked in the construction industry since finishing school.

The promotion continues a rapid career trajectory for Mark, following a successful stint at Story Homes where he was taken on as a trainee and promoted to assistant site manager before finishing his probation. Commenting on the appointment, Genesis Homes’ managing director

Nicky Gordon said: “We always aim to attract and promote talented and ambitious people who are driven to make their mark and deliver an outstanding product. Mark makes a great contribution to our team and we’re looking forward to seeing him develop further in his new role.” Cash said: “It’s great to work for such a young company creating a

product that’s so fresh and unique in Cumbria. You really have the chance to grow with the company, to put your mark on things and make sure everything is done right from day one.” Genesis Homes is due to begin construction on its Sanders Brow site in Armathwaite in the Eden Valley this month.

Emma Colin Linden

Linden Homes has appointed Emma Colin as its new sales and marketing director for the south west region. Colin has returned to the west

country after working for Ballymore in London for the past four years. With 14 years’ experience in the property industry and extensive knowledge of the south west market, she is responsible for sales of 400 homes a year across the Devon and Cornwall region.


Cheffins has appointed Maxwell Fahie as residential development surveyor. Fahie joins the Cheffins team

from Long Harbour, where for the past two years he specialised in Build to Rent and PRS acquisitions across the UK. Commenting on his appoint-

ment, Fahie said: “The new role will enable me to advise both existing and prospective clients on their development opportuni- ties, and work closely with the rest of the Cheffins departments to provide a comprehensive service through planning, devel- opment and disposals through the new homes team, in addition to identifying and generating further opportunities.”


Keepmoat Homes has appointed a regional managing director for its north east region, based in Hebburn. Ian Worgan joins with a wealth

of experience in the homebuild- ing, sector having most recently been north east managing director for Story Homes. Prior to this he has held roles with Taylor Wimpy and had an accomplished career working for businesses across the world. Commenting on his

appointment, Worgan said: “I’m thrilled to be joining Keepmoat Homes and am looking forward to working with the team and our partners to create new opportunities for our customers to get on the property ladder.”

Julian Howarth Persimmon

Persimmon Homes Severn Valley has appointed experienced construction professional Julian Howarth to the role of construction director. Howarth joins the business

after chalking up more than 30 years in the construction industry, with experience as a quantity surveyor and commercial manager at other developers.

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