We're part of Legal & General, one of the UK's leading financial services groups, but we think like a start-up. Led by a diverse team combining skills and experience gained in sectors like construction, housing and engineering, we want to help tackle the UK's property crisis by building modular homes to serve communities across the country. We can't do it alone, so we're looking for long-term partners who share our vision.
Modular housebuilding is exactly the sort of inventive, forward-thinking solution that's needed for the UK to fix its property crisis and deliver a housing market that caters equally to all members of society.
Having the support of the Legal & General Group means we can dedicate the time and investment needed to realise the potential of modular home construction over the long term.
Our place in the L&G Group
Legal & General has been in business since 1836 and has established itself as a market leader in sectors like life insurance and workplace pensions. The group launched its Modular Homes business after recognising the need for new solutions to tackle the UK's housing crisis. We work closely with the company's other housing arms, such as the Build to Rent and Affordable Homes teams. Legal & General has a strong background in the property sector, investing in urban regeneration, financing affordable housing and now building modular homes.
We're led by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals combining skills and experience gained in a range of industries. Bringing together people from varying backgrounds, with diverse capabilities and areas of expertise, means we can take a fresh approach to tackling the UK's housing crisis.
Rosie's experience at aerospace and engineering company Rolls-Royce means she has a history of managing a design-led manufacturing business and developing new, innovative products. She's the champion of the approach we're taking to designing, manufacturing and constructing modular homes.
Focusing on innovation and finding new ways to boost the quality and volume of new homes has been a key theme of Mike's career so far. Boasting more than 30 years of experience in housebuilding, land acquisition and development management, Mike has worked on inner-city regeneration schemes, greenfield sites and affordable housing projects for the public sector.
Steve's background includes 15 years spent working in North America and jobs with Rolls-Royce and a joint venture with Singapore Airlines. Leading change programmes is among his areas of expertise, along with enterprise resource planning and business restructuring.
Kirk brings the benefits of decades of experience in the construction industry. He has spent 20 years leading developments from conception to final delivery for major brands including Barratt Homes and Bellway Homes. He works closely with collaborators including architects, site managers and engineers to deliver quality homes on-time and on-budget.
Chris is a chartered quantity surveyor who has held senior roles at firms such as Carillion, Miller and Galliford Try, where he was managing director of the company's rail, aviation and environment arm. He leads the commercial side of our business, with a focus on delivering client programmes and developing new products.
Chris joined us because he wanted to be involved with a company that's fully committed to changing how housing is delivered in the UK. A chartered arbitrator with an MSc in construction law, he has 17 years' experience in both development and main contractor roles in the property sector. During this time, Chris has worked on partnership and framework contracts and assumed full responsibility for leading projects from inception to completion.
During a 21-year career in the property sector, James has gained experience in all aspects of development, from site investigation to project management. His background includes five years working for a land and development agency and eight years in the affordable housing segment. Having worked on both the client and supplier side, James has witnessed first-hand how the development process works from different perspectives.
Paul has spent 15 years working in land acquisition roles, gaining skills he's now putting to use in the exciting world of modular housing. His key areas of expertise include building relationships with vendors and strategic partners, contract negotiation, assembling complicated sites and overseeing deals from initial offer through to legal completion.
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