A housebuilder has chosen Warrington for its new regional headquarters as it gears for growth.
Mayor of Warrington, Councillor Maureen Creaghan cut the ribbon to officially open the new regional headquarters for Tilia Homes Northern, which has chosen Concentric Offices in Birchwood Park as its new home.
The move marks a significant milestone for the housebuilder, which was sold by construction firm Kier Group to investment company Terra Firma in June last year. The new office space is now home to over 90 employees, and Tilia has ambitious plans to significantly grow the regional business over the next three years.
Reflecting its desire for growth, Tilia Homes has also recently made a number of senior appointments in John Mooney as Construction Director, Stuart Craig as Sales and Marketing Director and Head of Customer Service Emily Ratcliffe.
Rick Long, Regional Managing Director (North East) at Tilia Homes, said: “We are delighted to have moved into our new office in Warrington, which provides a brand-new home for Tilia Northern. We have relocated our headquarters from Leeds to Warrington in order to focus our efforts on growing the business in the North West. We are still maintaining an office in Leeds as a hub for our North East operations.
“We’re really grateful to Mayor Maureen Creaghan for joining us to officially open our new office and having the opportunity to present to her our growth plans for the region.”
Tilia Homes is actively seeking new land opportunities for sites of between 75 and 330 units across the M6 and M62 corridors, specifically targeting areas around Preston, Clitheroe, Liverpool and Manchester. Further land opportunities are also being sought in the Yorkshire Area.
For more information, visit www.tiliahomes.co.uk