Redrow appoints North West MD from Kier Living

Redrow has appointed former Kier Living and Southdale director Paul Moore as its new managing director for the North West, replacing John Grime who joined Anwyl Homes in April.

Moore will be based at Redrow’s North West office at Daresbury Park near Warrington, and will cover Redrow’s developments in Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside, and North Wales.

He will replace John Grime, who left Redrow after 25 years in April to head up Anwyl Homes’ newly-established Lancashire division.

Anwyl Homes has since hired two more executives from Redrow to help grow the Lancashire division.

Redrow’s North West business is delivering 3,000 new homes across two garden villages in Woodford, and Ledsham in Cheshire, where the housebuilder secured detailed planning consent for 450 homes in March this year.

The housebuilder also plans to launch two projects in Nantwich and Congleton in its current financial year.

Moore said: “Redrow NW has an enviable land bank, including several large-scale new homes developments with considerable units in the pipeline.

“My focus is on managing this strong position to bring these and other schemes through the planning process and to deliver more award-winning homes and create new communities for our customers.”

Last month, Redrow was announced as Oldham Council’s construction partner for its Counthill School regeneration site, beating rival bidders Barratt, Countryside Properties, and Willmott Partnership Homes.


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