Residential developer, Homes by Stirlin has appointed Tony Lawton as its managing director to spearhead the company’s expansion strategy
Tony Lawton brings with him over 30 years of expertise and reputation in residential development, having previously been MD of Lindum Homes.
With an increasing number of new residential developments in the pipeline, the role of managing director has been created to deliver Homes by Stirlin’s growth strategy. Lawton will lead the expansion plans using his sound understanding of what discerning home buyers require from a modern and efficient home.
Tony Lawton said: “Homes by Stirlin is going from strength to strength with a number of sites to be announced next year. We are also looking for short-term sites for immediate delivery, medium-term sites to take through the planning process and long-term sites as part of our strategic planning. In addition, we are also looking to further expand the Homes by Stirlin team.
“I’m proud to be a part of this impressive company and I’m looking forward to being part of the team on our onward journey.”
Managing director of Stirlin Developments and director of Homes by Stirlin, James Kirby, commented: “Our ambition is to be one of the leading local residential developers. Homes by Stirlin continues to welcome demand from buyers wanting exclusive homes within highly desirable locations – and to help us continue to meet that demand and achieve our aspirations for the future – we have appointed Tony as managing director.
“Tony’s reputation precedes him. Myself and the entire Stirlin team are elated to have him on board.”
Jo Costall, director of Homes by Stirlin, added: “Homes by Stirlin has come a long way in a short space of time, our residential developments offer a superb place for people to live. We are extremely proud that our first development, Lodge Lane in Nettleham, has been nominated for a Premier Guarantee Excellence Award.
“With an increasing focus on expansion and the acquisition of a number of new sites, we are very much looking forward to 2020.”