Arley Homes expands team

David McCourt

Warrrington-based housebuilder, Arley Homes, has recruited Louise Pilkington as graduate land buyer and Gill Duddy as sales advisor.

Pilkington graduated from Liverpool University in July 2012 with a master's degree in commercial planning. Her role will involve engaging with land agents and owners whilst conducting market research and site assessments. Pilkington will report directly to Arley's land director, Chris Kershaw.

Based at Arley's Fairfax Green development in Nantwich, Duddy will be responsible for assisting with customer purchases from start to finish. Duddy has previously worked for Bellway and Morris Homes.

John Cosgrave, managing director of Arley Homes, said: "Both Louise and Gill's appointments will play an important role in ensuring the strength and growth of Arley Homes continues. Louise brings with her a fresh approach to the construction and housebuilding industry and we are looking forward to watching her progress in her career within the team.Gill Duddy

"With our ongoing developments across the North West including Chorley, Altrincham and Wilmslow and ahead of significant plans for the future, I have no doubt that both appointments will prove invaluable to the growth of our company."

Arley Homes operates throughout Lancashire, Cheshire and Greater Manchester. Current and recent developments include Duxbury Manor in Chorley, The Maples in Fulwood, The Meadows Coppull, The Birches Charnock Richard, The Oaks in Wilmslow, Dunham Chase in Altrincham and Knightswood in Cheadle Hulme.

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