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Mon May 17 2021

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New leadership for Lovell Scotland

16 Mar 17 Lovell, the house-building division of Morgan Sindall, has new management in place in Scotland.

Left to right are Scott Mercer, Helen Dow, Stephen Profili, Sarah Freel and Adam Forrest
Left to right are Scott Mercer, Helen Dow, Stephen Profili, Sarah Freel and Adam Forrest

Stephen Profili joins Lovell as regional managing director for Scotland after 16 years with Cala Homes.

Adam Forrest has been promoted from regional operations manager to regional operations director, responsible for the operational delivery of all design & build homes, open market sale homes and contracting work. 

Sarah Freel is promoted from business development manager to regional partnerships director for Scotland. 

Scott Mercer, previously commercial manager for the region, has been appointed as regional commercial director, responsible for the commercial, financial and legal aspects of the business in Scotland. 

Helen Dow has also joined the senior management team as regional sales director for Scotland, promoted from her previous role as sales manager for Lovell in the region.

Based in Baillieston, Glasgow and with more than 100 employees, Lovell’s Scottish business built 277 open market and affordable homes in 2016. 

Stephen Profili said: “Lovell is a highly successful business with an impressive record of delivering quality new-build housing and housing regeneration developments for our Scottish partners and clients. I’m delighted to be joining the company as it enters an exciting new phase of planned growth and committed to making the most of the great opportunities coming through. Our team’s wide-ranging expertise, combined with the company’s strong financial position as part of leading construction and regeneration business Morgan Sindall Group means we are particularly well placed to deliver the new homes the country so badly needs, and help the Scottish government meet its target of providing 50,000 new affordable homes by 2021.” 

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