Fuller becomes one of nine regional directors as agency announces raft of senior appointments
The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) has appointed Terry Fuller, managing direcot of major projects and affordable housing at Taylor Wimpey Developments, as one of its regional directors.
Fuller will oversee the East of England region in his role as one of nine regional directors.
he HCA will begin operating in early December and regional directors have been chosen because of their experience in delivering of housing and regeneration projects at national and regional levels.
As predicted in this week’s Building, David Lunts and Eamonn Boylan have also joined the agency.
With more than 900 staff and an annual budget of about £5bn, the HCA will be the country’s single, national housing and regeneration agency. It will be responsible for meeting national targets for growth, renewal and affordable housing in a sustainable way that corresponds to the needs of local areas.
Sir Bob Kerslake, chief executive designate of the HCA, said: “I’ve recruited a team of talented individuals, passionate about delivery, with outstanding leadership qualities who share my vision for delivering thriving places where people want, and can afford, to live.”
I’ve recruited a team of talented individuals, passionate about delivery, with outstanding leadership qualities
Sir Bob Kerslake
Robert Napier, chairman of English Partnerships and chairman Designate of the HCA, said: “I am delighted that the senior team under Sir Bob’s leadership is now taking shape ahead of the HCA commencing operations in December. This is a talented group which will ensure the HCA delivers for people and communities.”
Full list of appointments:
- Corporate director, new ventures & partnerships: Eamonn Boylan
- Corporate director, policy, strategy, performance and research: Trevor Beattie
- Corporate director, investment & renewal: Richard Hill
- North East: Pat Ritchie
- North West: Deborah McLaughlin
- Yorkshire and the Humber: David Curtis
- East Midlands: Margaret Allen
- West Midlands: Paul Spooner
- South West: Colin Molton
- East of England: Terry Fuller
- South East: David Edwards
- London: David Lunts