Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Nottingham housebuilder creates new regional development director role

Nottingham-based housebuilder Avant Homes Midlands has promoted its commercial director, Tim Hawkes, to the newly created role of regional development director.

Tim has almost 20 years’ experience in the housebuilding industry and joined Avant Homes Midlands in February 2020 as commercial director. In his new role, Tim will be responsible for leading the regional development team while also overseeing the architectural, engineering, and commercial functions for the business.

Tim said: “As regional development director for the Midlands, I hope to apply my diverse industry experience to help continue to drive Avant Homes’ reputation as a housebuilder with a difference.

“I’ve had a passion for housebuilding since my first day in the industry as a commercial trainee almost 20 years ago, and I look forward to bringing that same passion to provide the business and the regional development team the best opportunity for success.”

Avant Homes Midlands Managing Director, Tim Brickley, said: “Tim has a real passion for the housebuilding industry and following his years of experience in the sector is more than up to the challenge of leading the regional development team in the Midlands.

“As the new regional development director, Tim’s expertise will be vital in ensuring our architectural and planning functions are sound and achievable as we continue to drive Avant Homes towards further success.”

Avant Homes Midlands has also made four further promotions across its regional operation including Amy Gormley and Natalie Hickman, who both take up the position of regional sales manager; Aaron Granger who has been appointed to group senior land manager; and Natalie Jarram who has been promoted to assistant sales manager.

Tim Brickley continued: “Alongside Tim, we’re pleased to have promoted four further members of the Midlands team. We are committed to investing in our people and developing their potential at all levels of their career.

“They all play a significant role in their departments across the business and represent the great people we strive to have in our Midlands team. We congratulate all of them on their new positions.”

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