Affordable housing developer Mulbury Homes has appointed David Wroe in the new role of head of partnerships and regeneration.
Wroe was regional managing director at Keepmoat, and has more than 20 years' experience in the regeneration and development of residential property schemes. He previously worked for Beazer Homes and Barnsley Council.
Wroe will head up the Mulbury Partnerships division, helping to secure and deliver affordable housing schemes alongside public and private sector landowners.
Office manager Kathryn Cassel joins Mulbury Homes from Trafford Housing Trust where she co-ordinated the organisation's Right to Buy scheme. Cassel also previously worked at Keepmoat Homes and Bramall Construction.
Cassell will be based in the head office in Lymm, Cheshire, and will provide administrative support to the firm's senior management team.
Greg Mulligan, director at Mulbury Homes, said: "It is a real coup for us to attract someone with David's skills and experience in the housing sector. We operate in a relationships business and David's ability to create and develop partnerships will help us to be a strong, stable and successful business.
"Kat is also vastly experienced within the affordable housing and construction sectors and will offer valuable support and advice to the management team."