Elivia Homes appoints new eastern region managing director

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Elivia Homes have promoted Peter Hutson to become the new managing director of its Eastern region. He originally joined the development company as an apprentice and then progressed to become part of the central team, where he served as construction director for eight years. Now, Huston will head a team of more than 40, and will have overall responsibility for developments across Kent, East Sussex and Essex.

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In addition, Huston will also be responsible for expanding the business, overseeing the company’s land acquisition programme and maintaining the regions performance in customer service.

‘I’m delighted to be taking the helm of our successful eastern business,’ said Peter Hutson. ‘The senior team, and the business as a whole, is very optimistic about our future, and my vision is firmly fixed on driving significant growth in the region, while motivating our fantastic team.’

Chris Chiles, chief executive of Elivia, said: ‘Peter’s promotion aligns with our core values of passion, progress and expertise. His journey from apprentice to managing director exemplifies the ethos of hard work, and the strategic foresight at the core of all our business decisions.

‘As we stand on the cusp of new opportunities and challenges, Peter’s role will be integral in delivering our strategy and guiding our eastern operation with a vision that ensures both resilience and growth.’

Elivia expanded into their newest region last year after the owners bought Millwood Designer Homes.

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