Sunday, April 18, 2021

Keepmoat Homes East Midlands welcomes new commercial director

Iain McCann has been appointed Commercial Director at Keepmoat Homes’ East Midlands region.

Iain joins the national housebuilder with over thirty years of experience in the construction industry. Having previously worked as Group Commercial Director at Morris Homes, along with various Technical and Commercial Director roles for CALA Homes and Barratt Homes, Iain will lead Keepmoat’s East Midlands commercial team, supporting their future growth plans in the region.

The role will see Iain work closely with the team to deliver high quality, affordable new homes across the region. Additionally, working with supply chain partners, Iain will be expanding and developing the region’s network to ensure the continued delivery of quality materials and trades across all of its developments.

The appointment comes shortly after Keepmoat Homes began the transformational city centre regeneration scheme at Waterside, Leicester, in partnership with Leicester City Council, which is due to complete in 2026.

Shaun Fielding, Regional Managing Director at Keepmoat Homes, said: “I am very pleased to welcome Iain to our team. He brings to our business a wealth of experience and the kind of attitude which aligns with our regional aspiration for continued growth in quality of product, plot output, profitability and team engagement.”

Iain McCann, Commercial Director at Keepmoat Homes, said: “I am excited about this opportunity joining an ambitious East Midlands region within Keepmoat Homes as well as looking forward to being part of the development and growth plans for. our people, our customers and the company performance as a whole.”

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