Tuesday, November 2, 2010
James Poynor has been appointed as the new Managing Director of Countrywide's Land & New Homes division, the UK's largest new homes agent.
Countrywide Land & New Homes is part of Countrywide, the UK's largest estate agent, letting agent and property services Group, operating 46 different estate agency and lettings brands and 1,300 branches.
Announcing James' appointment, Robert Scarff, managing director of Countrywide Estate Agents said;
"We're delighted to have James on board. James has substantial experience in Retail, Financial Services and the New Homes Market, which will complement and enhance the strength of our Land and New Homes team; with its unrivalled developer proposition and links to the UK's largest estate agency and lettings network."
Having worked most recently as a sales director for Barratt Homes, one of the UK's most prominent housebuilders, James joins Countrywide with a successful and varied career, which began in retail with 9 years at Marks and Spencer, before becoming director of new build financial services at Mortgage Talk Limited.
James Poynor, Managing Director of Countrywide Land & New Homes, said:
"I am thrilled to be joining Countrywide. The Land & New Homes department is a prominent player in the industry, helping developers and builders throughout the UK.
"The scope and scale of our land and development expertise, combined with our strong high street presence is unique and designed to help clients both large and small. I believe Countrywide is best placed to support the new homes industry during one of its most challenging periods and I am excited about the opportunities that lie ahead."
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