This week's Movers & Shakers – Show House – Show House News

We take our weekly look at some of the appointments and promotions across the housebuilding industry and its supply chain.
Otis Simpson, LovellLovell has promoted apprentice Otis Simpson to the position of trainee site manager at The Mill development in Canton, Cardiff. Learning about his career opportunities via The Prince’s Trust and a local Construction Skills Certification Scheme programme sponsored by Lovell, he joined the company as an apprentice carpenter in 2017.
Ben Mackett, City & CountryBen Mackett has re-joined City & Country in the role of development director. The graduate from Anglia Ruskin University originally worked for the company from 2010, working in various departments. After four years he left to work at a UK project management consultancy, then four years in Los Angeles in a range of sectors.
Kevin Breheny, Places for PeopleKevin Breheny has been appointed as head of IT operations by Places for People. A seasoned technical senior leader, he has almost 20 years of IT experience working across multiple sectors and joins from GBG Plc where he was head of IT strategy and special projects. He is a passionate promoter of neurodiversity.
Sebastian Janes, AJC GroupSebastian Janes has been promoted to managing director of Dorset-based AJC Group. With a construction industry background, he set up AJ Group over 12 years ago alongside co-owner and director Mark Adams. He commented: “I am delighted to be at the helm of such a special company.”
Ryan Greaney, Persimmon HomesPersimmon Homes, has announced a new head of land and planning at its West Wales region. Ryan Greaney, who joined the company in August 2018, has been promoted from land and planning manager. Previous roles include principal planning officer for Brecon Beacons National Park Authority and a planning officer for a local authority.
James Whitelegg and Meriel Gough, LovellLovell has welcomed two new employees to its South Wales and West partnership team. James Whitelegg has joined as a regional training manager, and Meriel Gough as a community development coordinator. Regional MD James Duffett said: “They are both very valuable additions to the company, bringing with them a wealth of expertise.”
Laura Percy, U+IU+I, part of the Landsec group, has appointed a development director for the 24-acre Mayfield neighbourhood in Manchester city centre. Laura Percy has more than 15 years’ experience in real estate investment and development. Her previous role was head of development at Bruntwood SciTech and prior to that, in Hong Kong for the Swire Group.
John East, John D Wood & Co.John D Wood & Co. has announced the appointment of John East as head of new homes.  He has over 30 years’ experience in the property sales market, and has over 13 years’ experience as a land and new homes expert providing development consultancy advice to developers, housebuilders, housing associations and agencies.
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