29th July 2016
Five new faces join the team at Chestnut Homes
Chestnut Homes has welcomed five new members of staff as part of its ongoing expansion.
One of our new starters will oversee Chestnut Homes' marketing, and four new members of staff have taken on architectural roles.
Laura Chamberlain, who has been appointed as Marketing Manager, previously worked at a marketing agency in Lincoln.
She said: “My role is to oversee the marketing activity for all of our current and future developments, from print items like leaflets and press advertising to our online promotional activity.
“I’m really enjoying life at Chestnut Homes – my highlight so far has been being involved in a school visit which we organised with our land and development team at our LN6 development in Lincoln for a local primary school.”
Mark Dennis has joined the company as a Senior Architectural Technician, heading up a team of four. He said: “My work involves preparing designs for the homes which will be built at each development, from the concept stage to creating technical drawings, and also designing the layout of the developments.
“I’m currently working on our new development in Boston, The Quadrant, which is a significant project, so it’s very exciting to be part of.
“I’ve joined a strong team, and everyone has been very welcoming.”
Chestnut Homes has welcomed two new Architectural Technicians, Ayeisha Platts and Martin Hul, and a new Architectural Assistant, Clare Tomey.
Ayeisha, who previously worked for a housing developer in Skegness, said: “My previous role helped as a base for my knowledge of construction, and now I am building on that.
“My job involves producing construction drawings and incorporating amendments into our development schemes.
“I’ve been working closely on the LN6 development in Lincoln, where I have been creating plans for external works, details and conveyancing, as well as checking timber frame drawings and creating building regulation drawings.”
Martin has been overseeing the company’s forthcoming development The Grange in Scothern, putting together the various drawings required for the scheme.
He said: “I have been kept very busy at The Grange, and I’ve also been working on a planning application for a site elsewhere which we will be submitting in the near future.”
Clare’s role involves producing a range of drawings for planning applications, building regulations, detailed and external works.
She said: “My previous role involved surveying and producing drawings and plans for small builds, extensions and barn conversions, and it is interesting to bring that experience to Chestnut Homes, where I am working on larger residential schemes.”
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