This week's movers and shakers
Morris Homes has appointed Linda Key (left), previously with David Wilson Homes, field sales manager for its East Midlands division. Jeanie Horsefield and Jill Thorpe have been appointed sales advisors and Martin Donnachie has joined the Northern division as managing director.

Redrow Eastern has appointed Carl Davis, previously with Bovis Homes, construction manager. Stephen Williams, formerly of Laing North London, has joined the South-east division as sales manager.

Architect and planning consultant Barton Willmore has appointed Justin Kenworthy, Claire Day and Heidi Antrobus senior planners and Catherine Jenkins planner. They will be based in the firm's London office.

Dispute resolution firm Kennedys has appointed Brian Gegg, formerly of law firm Masons, partner in its employment team.

Graham Howells has been promoted to managing director of multidisciplinary consultant FaberMaunsell's infrastructure and environment division.

Brian Pettifer has been appointed non-executive chairman of restoration specialist City and Country Group.

Michael Brown, former member of the executive board of support service group Brambles, has joined research body BRE's management board as a non-executive director.

Philip Everett, contracts services director of the Corporation of London, has been appointed director of technical services. He succeeds Bill Row, who has retired after 17 years.

Window supplier Rehau has made Mike Moseley (left) major projects manager.

Kestrel Building Products has appointed Nigel Stokes national sales manager, and Garry Parker national specification manager.