Bigger developments and strategic growth are on the drawing board for a Bells Yew Green based property developer, which has appointed its first Finance Chief.
Joining Beau Property from Halsbury Homes in Norwich, Alex Gray brings nine years of experience in property and finance, in both residential and commercial property.
Bringing financial insight into the decision-making process at the management level will help the Kent-based housebuilder expand its area of operation across Kent, sussex and Surrey within range of Tunbridge Wells, according to managing director Chris Hammond.
The firm will now look at taking on ‘larger and more complex sites’, he added.
“As we look to grow, his experience will be crucial, delivering much-needed infrastructure and robust financial processes to underpin the company’s new and existing activities.”
Beau Property’s business also includes interior design, a ‘home staging’ service and a ‘design and build’ arm.
Mr Gray said: “Beau Property has a great track record and is looking to grow strategically over the next few years with both new residential and commercial developments on the cards.”
Beau Property is currently developing the former Laura Ashley building in Calverly Road, as well as a seven-home joint venture site in Southborough and three homes off Hungershall Park.
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