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The house builder has appointed new planner, Helen Bareford, demonstrating its commitment and confidence in the local housing market.

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  • Helen Bareford joins David Wilson Homes following three years working as a graduate planner for a consultancy company. Her new role will see her responsible for submitting planning applications, community engagement and consultation and supporting the business' architects and land team to propose quality new developments.

    Bareford, aged 28, who lives in West Bridgford, Nottingham, has a BA in geography from Leeds University and a MSc in development planning from Reading University.

    She said: "My previous role has given me the opportunity to build up a great deal of experience and as a result I have gained a sound knowledge and understanding of the construction industry.

    "I was attracted to working for David Wilson Homes because it has a very positive reputation as a high quality house builder, regenerating areas of land into thriving new communities, so I was very pleased when the chance arose to work for them."

    John Reddington, managing director for David Wilson Homes' East Midlands division, added: "The housing market is showing signs of picking up and there has been a sharp rise in the demand for newly built homes recently. As we continue to grow as a company, it's been essential to recruit new members of the team, like Bareford, to make sure we not only meet but exceed our customers' expectations to develop quality new homes projects.

    "Bareford brings with her great knowledge of the new homes industry and is sure to be a great asset to the division. I am delighted to welcome her to the company."

    David Wilson Homes is building a range of new homes at a number of developments throughout Leicestershire. The company also has a number of new sites in the early stages of development and builds homes in nearby Rugby, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

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