Award winning housebuilder Jones Homes has appointed Ralph Bacon as the new Regional Director for its Lancashire office.
With extensive experience in the industry, Ralph is well qualified for his new role. Over the years he has held several senior positions for national housebuilders, where he was Construction and Commercial Director.
As Regional Director, Ralph will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the Jones Homes office in Lancashire and the strategic development of the regional business to ensure that it meets its growth and expansion objectives.
Working with the team at the regional office in Lytham St Annes, as well as the directors at the Head Office in Alderley Edge, he will oversee all aspects of the business from land acquisition and planning to the build programme, sales and customer care.
Ralph’s first projects for Jones Homes Lancashire include the launch of Moorfield Park, a brand new development in Poulton-Le-Fylde. He will also take the lead and oversee the imminent launch of the prestigious Stonecross Meadows in Kendal, Jones Homes’ first development in Cumbria.
Ralph says: "I am delighted to join Jones Homes and am looking forward to working with the company, which has an exceptional reputation for product quality and customer care. As a five star rated housebuilder, Jones Homes is an exemplary business to be involved with and I hope to play an integral part in driving forward its future expansion aims and growth.”
Managing Director at Jones Homes, Gary Hardy added: "I would like to welcome Ralph to the team. With his background in the industry, he has expansive knowledge and the experience to successfully lead the business in the Lancashire region.”
For further information on Jones Homes Lancashire, please call 01253 728760 or visit www.jones-homes.co.uk.
"As a five star rated housebuilder, Jones Homes is an exemplary business to be involved with and I hope to play an integral part in driving forward its future expansion aims and growth."
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