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New recruits and promotions for Mulbury

Mulbury has made three senior promotions and recruited 15 new staff following sustained growth across the business.

Kevin Morris has been promoted to construction director, David Wroe becomes development director and Stuart Redfern has been named head of commercial.

Meanwhile, Nick Legget has joined the company’s Mulbury City division as development manager and will be based at its offices in Piccadilly Place, Manchester. Nick joins Mulbury from Countryside Properties where he helped deliver mixed-use schemes, including a major PRS development.

Mulbury has also recruited Andrew Darbyshire as design manager, Sara Caldwell as quantity surveyor, Jason Pritchard as engineering manager, Jessica Dillon as customer care manager, and Joanne Robertson as an administrator.

Mulbury’s new and promoted staff include L-R Glyn Fazackerley, Kevin Morris, Jason Pritchard, Sara Caldwell, Joanne Robertson, Andrew Darbyshire, Stuart Redfern and David Wroe

The company has also added to its construction team with the appointment of Glyn Fazackerley as contracts manager. It has also recruited John Lee, Steven Craig, Alan Heywood, Bill Wilson, Chris Hill, Scott Owen and Peter Dalton as site managers and Kris Dunleavy as assistant site manager.

Greg Mulligan, director of 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.”

L-R Construction director Kevin Morris, head of commercial Stuart Redfern, and development director David Wroe have received promotions at Mulbury

Mulbury is currently on site with housing schemes in Walton, Preston, Lymm, Levenshulme, Gorton, and Lancaster. It has further housing schemes starting on site this month in Southport, Warrington, Partington and Salford.

It is also developing two major PRS developments in Manchester – one at Port Street in the Northern Quarter and one in Blossom Street in Ancoats.