We take our weekly look at some of the appointments and promotions across the housebuilding industry and its supply chain.
Kate Howe, Muse
Kate Howe has been brought on board as a senior development surveyor at Muse to oversee the delivery of the company’s projects at Islington Wharf and Chester. Howe was most recently running her own property developer and consultancy Cadence Property. She spent three years at Scarborough Group between 2014 and 2017, and has also previously worked at Praxis Real Estate Management.
Martin Pease, WATG
WATG, one of the world’s leading integrated architectural design firms, has announced the appointment of Martin Pease as managing director of the firm’s London practice. A seasoned global executive, Pease brings 25 years of design and commercial business experience to WATG. He joins WATG from Atkins North America where he was Head of Architecture and Building Engineering from 2014 to 2018.
Multiple appointments, Montreaux
Montreaux has made three senior appointments as the company undergoes further expansion. Damian Stalley has been promoted to group managing director, Ross Faragher joins as managing director of the residential business and Matt Tack has been appointed as executive director. Montreaux is an independent developer of mixed-use residential schemes in the South East.
Robert Monkman, Churchill Retirement Living
Churchill Retirement Living has appointed Robert Monkman as regional managing director for its Midlands region. Based in the Group’s regional head office in Bromsgrove, he joins Churchill’s operations board, working closely alongside chairman and CEO Spencer McCarthy. Monkman brings a wealth of experience in both sales and marketing director, and regional managing director roles.
Stephanie Kaul, Acorn Property Group
Regeneration specialist Acorn Property Group has boosted its London design team with the appointment of Stephanie Kaul as design manager. Kaul previously worked for a main contractor overseeing the design development on large mixed-use projects in central London including the White Collar Factory. She holds a BA in construction management and architecture and a masters in architecture from the University of Melbourne.