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New board appointment for Lowestoft-based developer

PUBLISHED: 09:56 13 December 2017 | UPDATED: 09:56 13 December 2017

New Wellington director Liz Ley with fellow board members (from left): Richard Sullivan, Paul Pitcher and James Denny. Picture: Andy Newman.

New Wellington director Liz Ley with fellow board members (from left): Richard Sullivan, Paul Pitcher and James Denny. Picture: Andy Newman.

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Leading affordables, commercial and residential developer Wellington has announced a new appointment to its board – highlighting the firm’s commitment to career development and progression.

Liz Ley joined Wellington straight from school as a trainee quantity surveyor in 2008, and since then has completed a degree in quantity surveying at Anglia Ruskin University, as well as developing the skills to head up the firm’s design capability.

Wellington managing director Paul Pitcher, who had started out as an apprentice carpenter, said: “Liz is the first of a number of trainees we have supported through degree courses, and her hard work and success have inspired our ongoing programme. Her appointment to the board is testament to our commitment to training and career development of our people.”

Ms Ley joins chairman Richard Sullivan, managing director Paul Pitcher and commercial director James Denny on the Wellington board.

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