Churchill expands its Exeter team and hosts launch event at its new Winslade Park office

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Posted Sunday, May 22, 2022 - 10:37pm

Retirement living specialist Churchill Retirement Living has expanded its Exeter team with the appointments of Land Director Matthias Daly and Senior Surveyor Guy Richardson to drive the Company’s expansion plans into the West Country, Devon and Cornwall. Matthias will lead Churchill’s fast-growing Exeter team from a brand new Area Office location in Winslade Park.

The team celebrated this week with a special land agent networking event, welcoming over 20 guests to their new Winslade Park office to hear more about Churchill’s ambitious growth plans. The event was also attended by several of Churchill’s Main Board Directors including Chairman & CEO Spencer McCarthy, and Group Land, Design & Planning Director Gary Day.

The new office and team expansion supports Churchill’s “Growth Drive ’25” plan, a strategy to more than double unit sales by 2025. To achieve this the Company is looking to invest £800m in new sites over the coming years, and the South West Region will play a key part in this.

Matthias and Guy bring a wealth of regional knowledge and expertise, with decades of combined experience in land acquisition, planning and construction across Devon, Cornwall and the surrounding area. They will work closely with Regional Land and Development Director Duncan Scholes, Regional Managing Director James Barnes, COO Martin Young and Chairman & CEO Spencer J McCarthy to develop the Group’s presence across the region, driving forward its ambitious growth plans for this key part of the country.

Churchill’s Chairman & CEO Spencer J McCarthy said: “I’m delighted to welcome Matthias and Guy to the Churchill team and look forward to working with them to achieve our Growth Drive ’25 plans in the South West. Their arrival means we now have specialist expertise in land, construction, commercial, sales and marketing all based in our new Exeter office to drive our expansion plans.

“We are keen to buy more land and deliver more high quality retirement developments across Devon and Cornwall, and we have clear criteria for the type of brownfield, town centre sites we need to achieve this. By pursuing these plans we can enable many older people to live happier, healthier, more independent lives, and in turn create new jobs, regenerate local high streets, and deliver new communities that give an economic boost to towns and cities across the South West and nationally.”

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