Sunday, June 7, 2020

New recruit for north Derbyshire house builder

A north Derbyshire house builder is ‘looking to the future’ following the appointment of a new sales director.

George Gordon, from Newbold, Chesterfield, has been recruited by Barlborough-based Woodall Homes to head up the sales side of the business.

He joins from award-winning Sheffield and Chesterfield-based estate agent Redbrik, with more than seven years’ experience in the real estate industry.

George said: “I’ve always had a passion for houses and buildings, it’s something which stems from my childhood. I enjoyed my time with Redbrik and learnt so much about the real estate industry – gaining priceless experience in the process which will stand me in good stead in my future career.

“The opportunity to join Woodall Homes is one which I relish – I’m looking forward to helping the business progress its sales strategy and to continue the good work which the organisation has done in bringing so many outstanding new homes to the region.”

Woodall Homes has brought more than 100 new homes to the north Derbyshire region in the last two years, and is currently constructing new developments in Chesterfield, Brimington, Long Duckmanton, Bolsover and Calow.

The organisation recently released The Pastures, a development of 33 new homes based in the village of Long Duckmanton, near Chesterfield.

Dave Wood, managing director of Woodall Homes, said: “We’re really excited to see George join the business, his appointment comes at an exciting time for our organisation as we look to develop the future of house building in the region.

“He brings with him a wealth of experience for his age, as well as fresh ideas and input which will take our business forward and help us to continue delivering high-quality homes across north Derbyshire.”

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