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Countryside Partnerships South has seen a 39% increase in private home completions and a 34% increase in affordable housing in the past year. In addition, 32% of private homes planned for completion in 2018 have been forward sold, whilst employee figures have increased by 31% on the previous year.
Reflecting its strong growth ambitions and providing dedicated and increased focus across the capital, Countryside Partnerships South has split into three self-contained regions, each with their own boards and operating teams.
Operations Directors, Andy Fancy, Robert Wilkinson and Mike Woolliscroft have been promoted to Managing Directors overseeing North & South London, East London and West London regions respectively.
Countryside Partnerships South has also reorganised its new business teams to provide dedicated capabilities to these regions. New Business & Development Director, Jim Dodd, will continue to oversee the three teams and ensure that they deliver the best-in-class service.
Countryside Partnerships South’s London developments include Acton Gardens, one of the largest regeneration projects in the capital, Alma Estate in Enfield and Dollis Valley in Barnet.
Graham Cherry, Chief Executive of Countryside Partnerships South, said: “We have seen significant growth this year, with 20 ongoing projects across London, including five successful site completions and nine new business contracts exchanged. These new dedicated regional management boards strengthen our focus in and around the capital and set us up for further expansion.
“Andy, Robert and Mike have outstanding track records in delivering major residential-led regeneration on strategic sites and are committed to working with communities to deliver best-in-class homes across all corners of the capital.”