Rippon Homes Recruits New Assistant Site Manager at Lincoln Development
East Midlands housebuilder Rippon Homes has appointed an Assistant Site Manager to help drive construction at a new Lincolnshire development.
Alan Isaac, 56, has joined the team at Roman Meadow, with three and four-bedroom family homes coming soon, at Welton, near Lincoln.
Alan, who lives in Grantham, has gained long experience in the construction trade, having started working life as a painter and decorator. He was previously an assistant site manager for 15 years, having taken a three-year break from the industry as a driving instructor. He also worked for several national housebuilders.
“I was very happy to have joined the Rippon Homes team after hearing they were looking for assistant site managers. It is great working for a family-run firm that has such a friendly feel. The company has an excellent reputation for providing great homes, as well as being a good employer.
“As Assistant Site Manager at Roman Meadow I aim to continue to build high quality housing and my ambition is to win a NHBC award for development.”
Started in 1953, Rippon Homes is renowned for delivering craftsmanship, care and comfort, in new homes built to exacting standards.
Located eight miles north of Lincoln, Welton is a popular choice for families looking to settle in a rural location known for its good schooling. The village has a thriving community that makes it an appealing place to set down roots, with a broad mix of shops, amenities and leisure activities, including golf, fishing, riding and sailing all nearby.
Excellent local transport links include regular bus services to the historic city of Lincoln, Grimsby and Market Rasen.
Ian Dyke, Managing Director at Rippon Homes said: “We are delighted that Alan has joined us, as he will add valuable experience to our expert construction team here.
“His arrival will help to ensure our Lincoln development is a top choice for new home buyers. This is an exciting time of growth for us, as we continue to deliver much needed housing in the East Midlands. We wish Alan well in his long-term future with us.
Rippon Homes can assist homebuyers with Help to Buy and Sales Assist schemes. The Government backed Help to Buy scheme allows homebuyers to buy a new home under the value of £600,000 with just a 5% deposit and 75% mortgage, with the final 20% made up by an equity loan provided by the Government.
Rippon Homes’ Sales Assist scheme enables housebuilder to pay estate agent fees, saving buyers time, money and stress.
To find out more about homes at Roman Meadow, please call Sales Negotiator Sophie Hopkinson, on 07775 566896, or visit https://www.ripponhomes.co.uk/romanmeadow.« Return to News