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PROSPECT Homes has appointed engineer Craig Holding to play an integral part in the company’s expansion plans, by adding further expertise to the technical team.

Craig, 43, from Leigh, has joined the Liverpool-based company after three years with Mulbury, where he was an engineering manager. Prior to Mulbury, he has also worked at Keepmoat in a similar role.

“I’ve joined the company at a really exciting time. Prospect is going in a very positive, forward-thinking direction and has plans to grow its operations over the next few years,” says dad-of-three Craig. “I’m one of a number of new members to join the company so this fresh perspective means we’re all really passionate about taking the company to the next level. I’ll be working closely with Riverside, who Prospect Homes is part of, to develop larger scale mixed tenure opportunities as well as private sites for Prospect Homes.”

Prospect Homes is part of The Riverside Group and all profits are gifted back to The Riverside Group to fund a wide range of social purpose business including affordable homes and care and community support services.

Craig first found his love of construction at college where he studied The Built Environment. He then went on to achieve a HND in Civil Engineering and a BTEC in Construction. When he left, he went straight into work as a junior engineer at Allen Civil Engineering and worked his way up to where he is today.

Nigel Yates, managing director at Prospect Homes says: “Craig is a real asset to the business. He comes with plenty of experience and knowledge meaning our current and future sites are in excellent hands to enable us to continue to deliver quality, much-needed new homes across the North West.”

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