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New North West Sales Manager appointed

April 2016

We have appointed a new North West Sales Manager as we build our profile across the region.

Clare Wilson joins the Sales team in our Chorley office on Ackhurst Business Park, and will be working across the North West on our prestigious developments of family homes.

Clare, from Leyland, has more than 16 years of experience in sales and marketing roles, and is excited to be joining Story Homes during a time of rapid growth for the business.

Clare said: “I was keen to work for Story Homes after hearing about their fantastic reputation for building high quality homes and I am very much bought into the business ethos and values of excellent quality and customer service.

“It is an exciting time to join Story Homes as the reputation for quality grows across the North West. I am looking forward to putting our flags firmly in the ground across this region.

“The business is in a strong position, with a growing number of developments coming onto the market, including those in Preston, Clitheroe and Hambleton, and along with my team of experienced Sales Executives, I am looking forward to showing house buyers in the region the different experience you get when you buy a Story Home.”

Since taking on the role, Clare has implemented extended opening hours to meet customer demand. We currently have ongoing projects in the North West with sites acquired and started in Central Lancashire, Fylde, South Lakes, Ribble Valley, Lancaster and the Wyre.

North West Managing Director Sue Warwick, said of Clare’s appointment: “We are in the process of significantly expanding our operations in the region, and appointing experienced colleagues like Clare to our team is key to our success.”

In total, we are creating more than 250 construction jobs in the region, with almost 50 full time staff being taken on over the coming months, and the majority will be based in Chorley. A further 200 jobs for sub-contractors and key trades are expected to be created across the Lancashire region.