Posted: Wed 6th Oct 2021

Deeside based Anwyl Partnerships growth sees two key team members take on Director roles

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Oct 6th, 2021

A Deeside based residential land and build development specialist has promoted two key senior team members to Director roles, as part of the firms strategic growth and development plans.

Brent Davies and Simon Rose, take on the positions of Commercial Director and Construction Director, at Ewloe headquarted Anwyl Partnerships, specialists in the provision of

Brent joined the company as a Senior Estimator over a decade ago, developing his career as Pre-Construction Manager, Senior Commercial Manager, up to the point of this current promotion.

Under his new role, Brent will focus on the management of a rapidly growing commercial team, maintaining recent successes in securing long term contracts within the company’s niche sectors.

He said: “The department has successfully secured an impressive workload for the next three years with a value in the region of £125m –  the delivery of these schemes will rely on improved structure and commercial processes, together with appropriate resources and supply chain aligned with our own aspirations. 

“My personal aim is to support the growth of the Anwyl Partnerships brand and become the company of choice for Housing Associations in the delivery of affordable homes and retirement living.”

Simon joined the company in 2004, initially as a Quantity Surveyor followed by Commercial Manager and Senior Construction Manager.

Under his new role, Simon will oversee and manage the successful and timely delivery of all construction projects from commencement through to completion.

As a result of the upturn in work, Simon will further focus on supplementing existing site resources whilst improving and formalising current processes and business practices.

Simon added: “As always, I will be fully focused on providing the best possible delivery for our client partners. A big part of my role, in conjunction with the other department heads, will be to ensure we keep information flowing for our construction teams, working effectively as part of one team.” 

Team members across the wider Anwyl Group have enjoyed promotions in the last month, as the company’s strong growth strategy continues.

Tom Anwyl, Group Director of Anwyl Group, added: “Both of these promotions represent a critical development within our wider growth strategy.

Simon and Brent have been instrumental in the evolution of our business and so naturally their roles will evolve in line with company expansion.

I am particularly pleased that we have been able to develop and promote talent internally — they each bring a tremendous amount of experience, insight and skills to their roles and they will be able to further develop their potential with the exciting forthcoming projects.”

Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email: News@Deeside.com
Latest News

  • Plans for 25-bedroom dementia unit at a Flintshire care home given green light.
  • Former landlord of Deeside pub sentenced to 24 years in prison for rape and sexual assault
  • Lidl set to open new Connah’s Quay store in December

  • More...

    Plans for 25-bedroom dementia unit at a Flintshire care home given green light.

    News

    Former landlord of Deeside pub sentenced to 24 years in prison for rape and sexual assault

    News

    Lidl set to open new Connah’s Quay store in December

    News

    Boss of Deeside based Iceland Foods set to run London Marathon in memory of his mother

    News

    Senedd rejects mandatory Outdoor Education Bill for Welsh schools

    News

    UK shoppers misled by some origin labelling on food in supermarkets, claims Which?

    News

    Survey shows strong support for schools’ role in children and young people’s health and wellbeing

    News

    Give young people nicotine patches and gum to help them quit vaping, says PHW

    News

    Almost one in five people in Wales waiting to start NHS treatment

    News