Leading multi-sector property developer, Caddick Developments, has appointed Steve Widdowson as its director for the North West.
Steve will spearhead the company’s growth in the region through investment in high profile projects, including city centre office and mixed use developments in Manchester and out-of-town industrial spaces in strategic locations across the North West.
Manchester-based Steve joins Caddick after a 20 year career at Magnus, where he worked as a director and was involved in the delivery or Birchwood Park in Warrington.
Steve’s appointment strengthens Caddick Development’s presence in the region with the company committed to significant further investment.
Steve said: “Caddick Developments has a portfolio of notable developments in the Yorkshire region, including Quarry Hill and Crosspoint 33, and I’m keen to replicate that success in the North West. I’m excited about what the future holds at Caddick, there’s a lot of opportunity and I’m proud to be a part of that. .
“With its impressive track record and highly respected reputation, Caddick Developments will be a welcome addition to the North West development landscape and I’m looking forward to working with the talented team and driving growth.”
Myles Hartley, Managing Director at Caddick, commented: “Steve’s appointment is fantastic for our business in in the North West. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the role and is focused on helping us to achieve our goals.”
For more information visit: http://www.caddickdevelopments.co.uk/
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