Bellway South West division set to expand.

According to an article in the Bristol Post, House Builder Bellway Homes who  launched a new South West division in Bristol in August, is set to double their number of staff  as the housing market continues to pick up.

At an event to celebrate the new regional headquarters Managing Director for Bellway South West, Paul Minnis, outlined how the division is set to expand by reportedly saying the number of staff would soon double from 25 to 50 by the end of its first year of trading.

Mr Minnis reportedly said: “Our South West division has enjoyed a phenomenal start. We are already selling from four sites and our first purchasers will move into their homes in the coming weeks.

“The housing market in the South West has proven to be every bit as buoyant as we expected. Demand for new homes is at an all-time high and we are focused on delivering homes which meet the needs of buyers across the South West. The creation of this new division is a strong signal of our commitment to the region.

“The land market here is fiercely competitive, but our land team have made excellent progress in securing future sites in highly desirable areas.

“Our launch event enabled us to reflect on the progress we have made already while also looking to the future. It was an opportunity to thank all the people who have contributed to our success so far and to build on these relationships as we continue to grow. We were thrilled to see so many faces, both old and new.”

 

Allen Walkey

Highly experienced businessman with a successful career in property sales and investment both in the UK and abroad. Now a freelance writer and blogger for the property and Investment Industry, keeping readers up-to-date with changes and events in a rapidly changing world.

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