Property development and investment business Key Land Capital has appointed a new project director to help deliver its ambitious growth strategy.
Tom Martin has been appointed to oversee the Birmingham-based company’s various residential and commercial developments at sites across the West Midlands.
His role will also include carrying out development appraisals, handling procurement, and managing the pre-construction and construction stages of projects.
Tom has been employed by Key Land Capital, for the past year, as a consultant and has significant experience in the property sector.
He was formerly technical manager at Hayfield, and had spells as a technical co-ordinator at both Lovell Partnerships and Persimmon Homes. He gained a degree in architectural design technology at the University of Wolverhampton.
Managing director Kevin Sharkey said: “Tom is a strong addition to the team and we are delighted he has joined us as project director. We are enjoying an exciting period of growth with some excellent developments in the pipeline. Tom will play a crucial role in delivering projects and finding new opportunities for us to explore.”
He added: “Our focus now is on new-build housing. We are positioning the business to take advantage of government initiatives to get more SMEs involved in the housebuilding industry.
“It is clear that housebuilding and construction will be a key driver of the post-pandemic economic recovery, while providing the high quality new homes the country so desperately needs.”
Key Land Capital is delivering residential and commercial projects worth more than £40 million across the West Midlands. Its mission is to create the homes and working spaces of the future, with modern features, amenity and space, and great customer service. The company raises private investment to develop sites throughout the Midlands, a mixture of residential new-build and office to residential conversions.