Housebuilder and developer Mulbury has made three senior promotions and 15 new hires, including from Countryside Properties, as part of plans to expand its presence in Manchester.
In three internal promotions, Mulbury has appointed Kevin Morris to construction director, David Wroe becomes development director, and Stuart Redfern has been named head of commercial, based out of its head office in Lymm.
Nick Legget has also joined Mulbury’s City division as development manager from Countryside Properties.
He will be based at the developer’s offices in Piccadilly Place in Manchester, where Mulbury is on site at two schemes – one on Port Street in the Northern Quarter and one on Blossom Street in Ancoats.
The developer has hired Glyn Fazackerley as contracts manager from David Wilson Homes, and Andrew Darbyshire as design manager, as well as seven new site managers as part of the recruitment drive.
Greg Mulligan, director at Mulbury, said: “We have around 650 units under construction on sites around the North West and a strong pipeline of new projects across all areas of the business.
“These appointments add to our in-house construction and technical expertise at a vital stage in our growth. Kevin, David and Stuart have been instrumental in our growth over the last few years and their promotions are well deserved.”
Mulbury has three divisions – Mulbury City, which includes city centre projects in Manchester; Mulbury Living, which covers homes for private sale; and Mulbury Homes, for affordable and social housing.