Housebuilder Countryside has appointed Mark Hadfield as managing director for its Merseyside and Cheshire West region, as it prepares to launch a wave of projects.
Hadfield has been promoted from regional operations director, a role he has held since January 2018, responsible for overseeing Countryside’s development portfolio across Merseyside.
The team changes come as Countryside launches a number of developments in Merseyside and Cheshire West, including Abbotsfield in St Helens, Hollystone Bank in Runcorn and Highfield Place in Kirkby.
Countryside is preparing to start work on a series of projects, in Maghull, Deeside and Spectra Park in Warrington, in total delivering around 950 homes.
Ian Kelley, chief executive of Countryside Partnerships in the North and Midlands, said: “Our presence in the North West has seen us work with our partners to regenerate and transform communities to achieve our primary focus, to create places people love. During Mark’s time with the business to date he has been fundamental to the growth of our development portfolio and delivering, with our partners, high quality and affordable new homes that reflect our leading reputation in the North West.”