Inland Houses plc, the Beaconsfield-based homebuilder, group housing developer and regeneration specialist, has appointed Donagh O’Sullivan as its new CEO.
Donagh, who served as CEO of Gallard Houses till March 2022, has an extended historical past in development and actual property improvement, having joined Gallard in 2001 as a contract supervisor.
After learning civil engineering on the College of Cork, Donagh began working in London for Balfour Beatty, engaged on some main contract initiatives earlier than being headhunted to hitch Gallard.
Throughout his tenure at Gallard, he took the corporate’s development division from its infancy to the stage the place it was able to taking up and delivering a few of London’s largest residential improvement initiatives. In 2012 he turned Group Managing Director and in 2017 he was appointed Group CEO. With Donagh as CEO, Gallard accomplished greater than 5,000 houses and made a complete revenue of greater than £250 million.
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Donagh will now be tasked with main the continued strategic overview of Inland Houses, with an replace anticipated in Q1 2023. Nishith Malde will stay the group’s CFO, having additionally acted as interim CEO since September 6 .
Simon Bennett, Chairman of Inland Houses, stated: “I’m delighted that Don is becoming a member of Inland Houses as the subsequent CEO. I’ve little doubt that Don has the mandatory expertise, abilities and experience to take the Group to the subsequent section of its “He’s uniquely certified to steer Inland Houses and his development experience will show invaluable. Don can be most welcome.”
Donagh O’Sullivan, CEO of Inland Houses, stated: “I’m delighted to be becoming a member of Inland Houses as the brand new CEO at such a strategically necessary time. I sit up for working with the Inland Houses crew to firm to return to sustainable profitability.” progress and maximizing the numerous future alternatives accessible to us.”
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