Housebuilder unveils trio of appointments
A fast-growing housebuilder has made a series of senior appointments.
Allison Homes South West has expanded its team with the appointment of three new members of staff.
Andy Cattermole has joined as head of planning, strengthening the senior team with almost two decades of experience and expertise gained in the property sector, including Redrow Homes and Barratt Homes.
In this new role, Andy will be managing planning applications and appeals for live sites and strategic land.
The firm has also appointed Elaine Mill as sales manager. Elaine brings a wealth of experience to the team, following 18 years at leading retirement housebuilder, McCarthy Stone.
As part of her role at Allison Homes, Elaine will be the primary contact for potential and current customers, having responsibility for securing the sale of developments in the South West.
The marketing and sales team has been further strengthened with the appointment of a new sales and marketing co-ordinator, Gemma Green, who will be working alongside head of Sales Michele Jones to support Allison Homes’ continuing growth and ambition to create thriving communities across the region in Devon, Somerset, and the South West.
Gemma has joined Allison Homes after having previously worked within the sales departments for Redrow Homes and Burrington Estates.
Gemma said: “This is a great opportunity for me to join an ambitious, forward-looking company and play a key part in helping to grow the business within the South West region.”
Michele Jones added: “Allison Homes experienced rapid growth in the South West region in 2022, bringing four new quality developments to the area, including two show homes in Winkleigh and Somerset.
“With plans to open two more developments in 2023, including Primrose Meadows in the beautiful Devon village of Bradworthy, the appointments of Andy, Elaine and Gemma mean we are well positioned to make the most of the opportunities ahead of us, and all three will play a vital role in our ambitious growth strategy.”