06 Dec Persimmon Homes Essex recognise their young housing industry professionals
Three young housing industry professionals have been named amongst the top regional trainees by their employer, Persimmon Homes Essex.
Alex Low, Ben Cherrill and Clare Lawrence have been recognised in the company’s Young Achievers Awards.
Phil Standen, managing director of Persimmon Homes Essex, congratulated the trainees on their nominations, saying: “The housebuilding industry offers so many opportunities for young people to carve out a successful and long-lasting career, and the Young Achievers Awards were set up to celebrate those trainees who are already making an impact in the business.”
Alex Low, 21, has progressed from a trainee technical assistant to a technical coordinator in his four years with the business. Commenting on his success, manager Luke Atkinson, said: “He is a valued and respected member of the team and his maturity will see him progress well within the business.”
23-year-old Ben Cherrill is described by his manager, Alex Clarke, as a star performer amongst the team of young staff at Persimmon Essex. Now promoted through the ranks to a surveyor, Ben is highly regarded by all his peers and continues to be a hardworking and committed member of the team.
Clare Lawrence, 21, has progressed quickly through the business, demonstrating an excellent work ethic and customer focus. Clare has been a part of the sales team on a very successful development in Colchester and has an excellent rapport with buyers on the site.
Phil added: “These individuals are hardworking and enthusiastic and have proven themselves in the business, delivering superb customer service and helping us to provide quality new build homes for people across the region.”