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New sales manager at David Wilson East Midlands

The division is launching no less than four new developments over the next six months including Parkers Place in Mountsorrel and Discovery Gardens in Coalville, and has employed experienced sales man, Stephen Smith, to take on the challenge of heading up the sales teams on a number of its existing schemes.

Stephen joins the five star housebuilder after a long and varied career in the housing industry. His most recent position was as Land and New Homes Manager at an estate agency in Lincoln and prior to that he has worked at a number of other developers.

Stephen, from Newark in Nottinghamshire, comments "David Wilson Homes are undeniably perceived as the best in their field and since working in the housing industry, I've always aspired to work for the company.

"I'm especially pleased to be employed by the East Midlands division as it's the homeland of David Wilson Homes and has an exemplary reputation for its level of customer service and its quality of build."

Stephen has been tasked with looking after a selection of developments within north and south Leicestershire including Kibworth Meadows in Kibworth, Farndon Fields in Market Harborough, Scholars Grange in Scraptoft, The Chestnuts in Syston as well as Heritage Gardens in Desborough.

He adds "I'm really pleased with the developments I've been allocated, they are all of a very high standard and archetypal David Wilson schemes in terms of the quality of build, the thoughtful design of the street scenes and the homes on offer.

"Since joining the company I've had a lot to learn but I'm committed to maintaining the professionalism, service and high standards that our customers have come to expect from the David Wilson brand."

Philip Lacey, Sales Director at David Wilson, comments "Stephen has a lot of experience within the new build industry and we're delighted to welcome him to the East Midlands division.

"Since joining the team he has demonstrated that he is extremely passionate about the industry and I'm confident he has the right mix of skill and ability to maintain the high standards that we set at the East Midlands division."