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Legal and General Homes expands senior team with Sly and Stubblefield

by: Antonia Di Lorenzo
  • 15/06/2018
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Legal and General Homes expands senior team with Sly and Stubblefield
Builder Legal and General Homes has appointed Chris Sly as finance director, joining from Berkeley Homes and Matthew Stubblefield as health and safety officer, joining from Croudace Homes Group.

These key hires are part of significant expansion plans for the builder and its ambitions to deliver over 80,000 properties over the next five to ten years. With three sites across Berkshire and Oxfordshire, Legal & General Homes now has a pipeline of over 3,000 new units.

Prior to joining Berkeley Homes where he held the position of head of finance for the Western division, Chris Sly was senior finance manager at BT Openreach. Further, he was commercial finance manager at E.ON and was also finance director of two small to medium enterprises. He also spent six years as non-executive director of Bromsgrove Housing Initiatives.

Matthew Stubblefield has 16 years’ experience in construction health and safety management. He joined from Croudace Homes Group, where he was group head of health and safety.

James Lidgate, CEO of Legal & General Homes, said: “Legal & General Homes is looking to regenerate the UK’s landscape for the better and build vibrant communities where people want to live. Using Legal & General’s long term capital, we are seeking to create a legacy that we are proud of. To do this, we are putting together a capable and experienced team.

Both Chris and Matthew are excellent additions to the company and join at an exciting time for Legal & General Homes as we build thousands of new homes and our schemes come to life across Berkshire and Oxfordshire.”

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