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APPOINTMENTS


Richard joins the management- Vine at Best Western hotel


Chamber patron Vine Hotels has appointed Richard Beck to the role of Hotel Manager at Best Western Plus Mosborough Hall Hotel, in Sheffield. Richard joins from Cedar Court


Hotel in Bradford where he was Deputy General Manager for 18 months, responsible for the day to day running of the 131-bedroom hotel as well as implementing new projects. Previous to that he was Operations Manager at the hotel and was also General Manager at Best Western Pennine Manor Hotel in Huddersfield. His new role will see him look to


further enhance the hotel’s great reputation across all elements of its business from guests staying over to enjoy the beautiful surrounding countryside, weddings and private hire, to corporate overnight stays and to the growing conference and meetings offering. Operated by Vine Hotels,


Mosborough Hall is a 12th Century


Manor House and is located in the picturesque village of Mosborough on the outskirts of Sheffield. It boasts 46 en-suite bedrooms


and blends the traditional manor house with modern accommodation. Commenting on his appointment,


Richard said: “I’ve been an admirer of the Vine Hotels group for a while and am now delighted to be part of the team. Mosborough Hall Hotel is a very special hotel and offers all of its guests a really unique experience. Its boasts excellent levels of customer service and I’m looking forward to enhancing and growing all elements of the business.” Garin Davies, CEO at Vine Hotels,


added: “Richard’s experience is second to none and he’s a great addition to the team. He’s an excellent leader and I’m excited to see the impact he will have on growing the business and ensuring the hotel goes from strength to strength.”


Richard Beck


Armsons welcomes back a familiar face


Derby-based project managers and construction cost consultants Armsons has welcomed back a former trainee into a senior role. Josh Toon joined the firm in 2011 as a trainee quantity surveyor, during


which time he also studied for a five-year part-time degree in Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management at Nottingham Trent University. He left Armsons in late 2017 to join Loughborough-based Edward


Cooper Young Chartered Surveyors, where he progressed to senior surveyor. During his time away, Josh gained valuable leadership experience and was responsible for managing a team of quantity surveyors and working on multi-million-pound schemes. He also gained his Professional Chartership (MRICS) with the Royal


Institution of Chartered Surveyors in November 2018. He now rejoins the team at Armsons as an associate director. In his new


role, he will be involved in the diverse range of project management, quantity surveying and cost management services carried out by the company for both private and public sector clients. Commenting on his return to Armsons, Josh said: “It’s exciting to be


back at Armsons and taking on new responsibilities among so many familiar faces. “Steve, Sally, Jonathan and the team gave me a tremendous amount of


help and support when I was a trainee and I’m look forward to getting stuck into some really exciting projects in my new senior role with the firm.” Sally Walters, Director at Armsons, added: “We’re delighted to welcome


Josh Toon 28 business network December 2019/January 2020


Josh back to the team. He’s worked really hard over the past couple of years and has gained experience of working on a diverse range of major projects and is set to take on more responsibility in his new role as a senior member of the team.”


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