Anwyl promotes Dolan to managing director

Residential developer Anwyl Homes has promoted Phil Dolan from his position as operations director of the Cheshire and North Wales region to its managing director.

He joins John Grime, who has been the managing director of the Anwyl’s Lancashire region for two years. Both Dolan and Grime are to be managed by group managing director Matthew Anwyl.

Dolan has worked at Anwyl for three years and has almost 25 years in the development industry. He initially joined Anwyl Group to set up a new national land promotion division for the family run company.

With this promotion, Dolan is to move into the Ewloe, the Flintshire-based head office and is set to assume responsibility for the day-to-day running of Anwyl’s growing Cheshire and North Wales region. This includes the overseeing of all aspects of the house building and sale process from land acquisition and planning to technical and commercial development, build, sales, and customer care.

Commenting on his appointment, Dolan said: “Anwyl Homes is a dynamic and entrepreneurial family business on a clear and sustainable path of growth with exciting expansion plans ahead. We remain committed to developing in North Wales but will also focus on Cheshire, South Manchester and the surrounding areas which are key to achieving our expansion objectives.

“Working with this team I will drive growth in these areas, proactively identifying land opportunities and securing the best sites for residential development and to ensure a pipeline of new schemes are brought forward, built on time, and sold effectively.”

Matthew Anwyl said, “I look forward to working with him to achieve our longer-term expansion goals of delivering a total of 850 high quality new homes from our Lancashire and Cheshire and North Wales regions annually.”

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