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News » UK » NHBC freshens board » published 10 Oct 2016

NHBC freshens board

Two new non-executive directors have joined the board of the National House Building Council (NHBC).

Crest Nicholson chief executive Stephen Stone and Notting Hill Housing chief executive Kate Davies have both joined the NHBC board. Galliford Try chairman Greg Fitzgerald has stood down.

NHBC chair Isabel Hudson said: “We are delighted to welcome Stephen and Kate to NHBC’s board. In their roles as non-executive directors they will both bring a wealth of experience to NHBC. Their clear understanding of the issues that matter most in house building will be an invaluable asset.

“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank outgoing board member Greg Fitzgerald for his contribution to NHBC and his years of outstanding service.”

Stephen Stone said: “Having worked in the house building industry since the 1980s I am fully aware of the unique and pivotal role NHBC plays in supporting builders to deliver the country’s new homes and in raising standards for the people who wish to buy them. I am looking forward to making a contribution towards these key objectives over the coming months and years.”

Kate Davies added: “I welcome this opportunity to be involved in the organisation’s future work which will ultimately help to drive up standards for residents and homeowners across the country.”




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This article was published on 10 Oct 2016 (last updated on 10 Oct 2016).

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