Far East Consortium (FEC) has appointed three new hires as it looks to deliver up to 15,000 new homes across north Manchester over the next 10 to 15 years.
FEC has appointed Adam Barbour as completions coordinator; Stephen Clayton as sales manager and Timea Nacsa as assistant development manager.
Stephen Clayton has taken up the new role from joining the company from Thornley Groves Estate Agency having spent eight years there.
Adam Barbour has been appointed as completions coordinator, joining from New Homes Solutions
Timea Nacsa joins FEC as assistant development manager having come from Vita Group.
Sales and marketing director Andrew Bradley Nixon said: “2021 is a milestone year for us as we welcome tenants to Mount Yard at MeadowSide and continue to secure sales at The Gate and The Stile at MeadowSide and New Cross Central.
“Our priority is to ensure a safe and smooth sales process for our new tenants moving in from the spring of 2021, so we have hired a senior team who will use their experience and professionalism to ensure the communities we are building have a seamless purchase and moving in experience.”