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Larkfleet expands with two new senior appointments

Planning manager Hannah Guy and senior land manager David Morris have joined Larkfleet Homes EMN-160908-095244001
Planning manager Hannah Guy and senior land manager David Morris have joined Larkfleet Homes EMN-160908-095244001

Bourne-based housing and development company Larkfleet Homes has extended its land and planning team with two new appointments.

Joining the team are senior land manager David Morris and planning manager Hannah Guy.

David’s new role will encompass sourcing and securing new residential land opportunities for Larkfleet Homes and Larkfleet Homes Norfolk and Suffolk, the new company recently established to develop new homes across those two counties. He has a strong track record of progressing major development projects from conception through to consent and has most recently worked for housebuilder Persimmon Homes.

Hannah joins Larkfleet Homes as planning manager. Her role will cover all aspects of the planning process, from initial presentations and submissions through to ensuring local communities are involved and informed. She too has gained valuable experience at other housebuilders - Persimmon Homes, David Wilson Homes and Barratt Group.

Daryl Kirkland, group land director, said: “I am delighted to welcome both David and Hannah to our team at Larkfleet. They both have important roles as we work toward meeting our expansion plans.”

David added: “This is an exciting time to join such a progressive company as Larkfleet Homes. Both Hannah and I look forward to working with the team to meet the growth plans of the business and, in particular, to ensuring the success of the newest brand, Larkfleet Homes Norfolk and Suffolk.”


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