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Countrywide Surveying Services has appointed Matthew Cumber as Director of Field Operations.

Matthew has worked for Lloyds Banking Group for 11 years, most recently at Colleys Surveyors as Senior Manager with responsibilities for Technical and Commercial Development. Matthew will be responsible for maximising the operational efficiency of the Group’s surveying workforce and assisting with the development of new products and services. He will report directly to Paul Wareham, Managing Director.

Matthew said, “Countrywide’s renewed focus on its people and customers is an ideal platform on which to build and I am very excited about adding my experience to help Countrywide achieve its ambitions.”

Paul Wareham, Managing Director at Countrywide Surveying Services, added, “Matthew joins Countrywide at a very exciting time in the company’s development. As part of the Group’s ‘Building our Future’ strategy programme, the Surveying Services team will be at the forefront of a new Countrywide business focused on its people and its customers.”

Meanwhile Countrywide Residential Development (formerly Countrywide Land & New Homes) announced a several appointments.

Sue Fisher becomes Head of Residential Development, Greater London; Matthew Haycox is Head of Residential Development, Central London; Matthew Haycox, formerly Director at Hamptons International, will head the Central London team; Richard Henley is Group Planning & Land Director; Chartered town planner Richard Henley will take on a new position as Group James Poyner imagePlanning & Land Director and Nick Cook takes on the position of Group Consultancy Director, heading up the group’s support of local authorities and housing associations.

James Poynor, (left), Group Residential Development Director said, “We have recruited industry experts with substantial experience in their fields to grow these crucial service lines. I am absolutely thrilled so have so many talented individuals within our business, many of which have agreed come from within the group to take on new national roles.”

May 17, 2016

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