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New appointments for Connells Land & New Homes

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Aimee Harris

Connells is bolstering its Land & New Homes Division in the Midlands with a number of new appointments.

Katy Harwood has been appointed as Head of West Midlands New Homes, while Aimee Harris will be Midlands East New Homes Manager. Taylor Saddington also joins as Land Manager, covering Midlands North and South for Connells, Paul Dubberley and Burchell Edwards in Solihull, Shirley, Castle Bromwich, Erdington and Sheldon.

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Katy Harwood

Katy joins Connells after previously heading up the new homes department at Butters John Bee estate agency. With 15 years’ experience in the industry, Katy worked her way up in Countrywide, joining as a negotiator, progressing to branch manager and then moving into New Homes.

“I am really keen to put a plan together that will disturb the existing market with the service we can offer. My team, who have a wealth of experience in all avenues of new builds, is a force to be reckoned with,” said Katy. Aimee initially joined the industry as a negotiator with Spencers estate agency before joining developer Miller Homes. Her role she will work with developers across Leicestershire. “I have a passion for new builds and have done since selling my first site from Spencers”, she says.

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Taylor Saddington

Taylor said, “This has been a big career change for me but I’m so glad. It is a massive step but I’m up for the challenge.”

Connells’ Divisional MD for the Midlands, Elizabeth Brown said, “We are delighted to welcome Katy, Aimee and Taylor to our team. I wish them all the best in their new roles and look forward to working with them.”

January 20, 2020

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