Posted on 26th July, 2021
New Project Director at Wavensmere Homes
Wavensmere Homes welcomes Ross Oates in the newly-created position of Project Director.
Wavensmere Homes, property developers based in the Midlands, have today announced that Ross Oates joins the team as Project Director. This news comes after the huge success of the Nightingale Quarter in Derby and is a testament to the Company’s enthusiasm for growth across the Midlands area.
Ross brings more than 15 years of experience working on a wide variety of award-winning residential developments from luxury green belt to inner-city brownfield sites and large-scale multistorey projects. Companies include Taylor Wimpey, Crest Nicholson Regeneration and most recently, Project Director at Berkeley Group specialising in major urban regeneration.
As Project Director, Ross will be overseeing all aspects of projects to ensure the quality is of Wavensmere Homes standards and making strategic decisions across the field. Ross says, “I am delighted to be joining the Wavensmere Team. It is a truly exciting time for the business, and I am excited to be a part of the ongoing growth of such a forward-thinking company. Wavensmere bring a fresh and pragmatic approach to regeneration and the construction of new homes and communities. With many upcoming major projects, I am thrilled to be able to contribute to their continued success.”
James Dickens, Managing Director at Wavensmere Homes, says; “Appointing Ross as Project Director is an integral part of the growing Wavensmere Homes team. His expert experience in completing award-winning projects will help the company reach new levels across the Midlands and more. We look forward to welcoming him this month.”
Ross has a degree in Applied Science.
Established in 2015, Wavensmere Homes continues to go from strength to strength specialising in challenging sites, placemaking and regeneration across the Midlands. Its ongoing development, Nightingale Quarter, will create nearly 800 homes and is set to become one of the largest city centre regeneration projects in the UK.