Harworth Estates, the UK property regeneration company, has made another four appointments to support its growing business.
Chris Warren has joined Harworth’s natural resources division as estates surveyor, responsible for the management of its portfolio of mineral and waste management assets.
Mr Warren is a chartered minerals and waste planner and a chartered mineral surveyor and joins from Wardell Armstrong’s mineral estate team in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
David Hounsell joins the company as the facilities and safety manager within the estates, environment and safety management team.
David will be responsible for managing and leading the team, providing support services to Harworth’s 30,000 acre estate and strategic health and safety guidance.
A chartered health and safety professional, he has joined from Nottinghamshire County Council’s infrastructure department and previously ran his own training consultancy.
Heather Foxen has joined the company as assistant management surveyor, and will split her time between the development, estates and safety and environmental divisions.
Heather joins from Gerald Eve, where she worked within the planning and development team, prior to which she graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a BSc in Planning and Development.
Supported by Harworth, Heather will be working towards her APC to qualify as a chartered surveyor.
Daniel Burnham joins the company’s recently-created technical division as a graduate project manager.
Daniel has joined Harworth from Sheffield Hallam University, where he recently completed a BSc (Hons) in construction project management.
He will report to technical director, Peter Henry, and support the team across a number of its development sites, including Waverley and Logistics North.
Harworth has grown its core workforce by more than a quarter in the past 12 months as confidence continues to rise in the Northern and Midlands property markets.
Its assets were valued at £284m in December 2013, up from £24m at the end of December 2012.
This year the company has moved forward with a number of developments of regional significance, including Logistics North at Bolton, the UK’s sixth-largest industrial scheme with live planning permission.