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Barratt Developments North East strengthens management team with five new appointments

ByEmily

Oct 14, 2016

Barratt Developments North East has expanded its management team with the appointment of two new Sales Managers and three Contracts Managers. The new appointments will support the existing teams in delivering quality homes renowned to the five star homebuilder across the region.

Tracy Clark-McCabe has been promoted to the role of Sales Manager. She has almost 10 years’ experience with Barratt and brings a wealth of knowledge to her new role

Christie Edge, who has also been promoted, has taken up her new role as Field Sales Manager. Christie is a member of the Barratt Graduate Scheme alumni having completed her training in the Midlands before moving to the North East division

Martin Swainston, Vince Chatterton and Dan Levington each join the ranks as Contracts Managers, bringing with them several years of combined experience in the industry

Barratt is currently building at a range of developments across the North East, including South Fields in Morpeth and Mount Oswald in Durham

To find out more about Barratt Developments in the North East, please visit: www.barrattdevelopments.co.uk

Fenton Hewitt, Sales Director at Barratt Developments North East, commented:

“It is a very exciting time for us as a company as we continue to grow across the region. We’re enjoying a strong year for sales so far this year and it’s great that the newly promoted managers can be a part of that. Tracy and Christie’s impact is already being felt across our developments and we’re sure this will continue.”

Scott Lester, Construction Director at Barratt Homes North East, added:

“The knowledge and expertise our new Contracts Managers are bringing to Barratt is very impressive. The combined experience that Martin, Vince and Dan bring to the table is invaluable to our team and their work will help us to continue to deliver quality housing across the region.”

By Emily