Willmott Dixon loses operations director to Inland Homes
House-builder and brownfield regeneration specialist Inland Homes has recruited Willmott Dixon director Gary Skinner to be managing director of Inland Ltd, its main operating subsidiary.
He will be in charge of all Inland’s construction activities and project delivery.
Gary Skinner joins Inland Homes from Willmott Dixon Housing, where he was a board director and spent nine years, most recently as director of operations, overseeing the delivery of up to 1,000 units a year.
Projects for which he was responsible in and around London include the £83m development of Tesco in Woolwich, together with 259 apartments; the £75m Rayners Lane Regeneration, with more than 600 units; and the £19m Bagleys Lane development of 109 units in Chelsea.
Prior to Willmott Dixon, he worked at George Wimpey, latterly as a production director responsible for site delivery in East London.
Inland Homes chief executive Stephen Wicks said: "Gary has a long and established track record of delivering residential developments and will be a key member of our management team as Inland Homes continues on its ambitious growth path over the coming months and years. His experience of delivering large scale housing and regeneration projects, often with complicated and very specific requirements, is an ideal fit with our business model and expansion strategy, which is targeting the delivery of 500 homes per annum in the next phase of its growth strategy."
Gary Skinner said: "Inland Homes is at a very exciting stage in its development as a company and has a history of undertaking often complex and very unique housing development projects. I am looking forward to working closely with Stephen Wicks and his team to support the implementation of the Company's growth plans and strategy."
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This article was published on 22 Feb 2016 (last updated on 22 Feb 2016).