Friday, February 3, 2023

Housebuilder names new MD for its central region

Bourne-based Allison Homes has appointed Glyn Mabey as MD of its Central Region, the largest in the Group.

Since graduating from Bristol with a Degree in Housing, Glyn has spent over 30 years in the housing industry working in senior roles across both the public and private sectors.

He was Head of Development for Sovereign HA and has more than 20 years’ experience at MD level with organisations such as Redrow, Persimmon and Countryside. Glyn has a specific and significant track record for successfully growing regional businesses and has operated in and around the East Midlands and Central areas for the last 10 years, in both the private housebuilding and mixed tenure sectors.

He said: “When John Anderson approached me recently with the opportunity to join Allison Homes, the appeal of joining an early-stage private equity-backed business, at a time of significant change in the economy and industry, was of instant appeal to me and provides a clear opportunity to deploy my experience and play a part in the ambitious growth strategy of the Allison Homes business.’’

Mr Anderson, Group Chief Exec at Allison Homes said: “It’s great that Glyn has chosen to join Allison Homes and be part of our expansion plans. The Central Region is where the business started and is still where the majority of our developments and land are. It’s a very attractive area, with beautiful villages and also some dynamic towns and cities, such as Peterborough, Corby and Grantham and ambitious district authorities such as Huntingdonshire and South Kesteven. Glyn’s experience will help the Allison team here to make the most of the potential.”

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