Three promotions for Hayfield in 2022

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Following Hayfield’s recent performance and achievements, the company has made three promotions across various departments

The three promotions are as follows: Ranjit Kang has been made marketing director, Oliver Pocock has been promoted to senior engineering and technical manager, and Marc Rose will now work as customer relations manager.

Andy Morris, managing director for Hayfield has commented on the three promotions:

“We are delighted to recognise the accomplishments and significant contributions made by these three outstanding team members. Oliver joined the company three years ago, while Ranjit and Marc joined us in late 2019.

“Their commitment to Hayfield is exemplary and they are true brand ambassadors. It is a pleasure to work alongside each one of them and I look forward to seeing the impact they have on their teams and the whole company during this year.”

Who are the newly promoted?

Ranjit Kang came over to Hayfield from Kier Living. She was appointed to the head of marketing and orchestrated the ‘Hayfield Difference’ brand campaign. In this role, Kang significantly increased the company’s forward sales position. In fact, the campaign has been instrumental to the company’s rapid growth – the WhatHouse? judges recently crowned Hayfield as ‘Housebuilder of the Year’.

Kelly Sharman, sales and marketing director said:

“Ranjit’s expertise is fundamental to how we present Hayfield. Our phenomenal sales performance is a reflection of the impressive metrics and traction we achieve across various social platforms, and by driving traffic to HayfieldHomes.co.uk.

“The Hayfield Difference campaign and the Book of Homes presents our entire homebuilding journey to customers in a meaningful and authentic fashion. This campaign made the finals of two major national marketing awards, and Ranj’s well-deserved promotion is a reflection of all her hard work, dedication and enthusiasm.”

Another of the three promotions was given to Oliver Pocock. He is the technical and engineering lead on several of Hayfield’s live developments. This includes Hayfield Wood in Broad Blunsdon. Here the company is planting a new woodland of 4,755 new native trees and shrubs, alongside 70 eco-efficient premium homes. Pocock’s promotion is a reflection of his successes within Hayfield’s technical department and its sustainability committee, which drives the company’s environmental pledge.

The final of the three promotions has gone to Marc Rose. Rose joined Hayfield as a new homes technician in the customer care department. In recognition of his impressive performance and feedback from purchasers, he is now a customer relations manager. This position will put him in charge of a full suite of customer care duties at Hayfield Place in the Bedfordshire village of Silsoe, and at Hayfield Oaks on the outskirts of Milton Keynes.

Hayfield has eight live sites in Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Wiltshire and Buckinghamshire, where executive family homes are being constructed in prime semi-rural and edge of town settings. Hayfield seeks to deliver a turnover of £150m during 2022. The company is aiming to deliver 500 homes annually, supported by a land portfolio of prime sites.

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