Fenland woman given marquee sales role overseeing building sites

08:45 03 March 2014

Samantha Hart. Picture: JOHN ROBERTSON

Samantha Hart. Picture: JOHN ROBERTSON

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A Fenland woman will oversee the sales development of three major Midlands building sites.

Samantha Hart, of Wisbech, has been appointed area sales manager in the Midlands for national homebuilder Ben Bailey Homes.

She will be responsible for The Chase in Market Harborough, Willow Tree Park in Downham Market and Little Stanion in Corby.

She said: “I am thrilled to join Ben Bailey Homes and work on such fantastic developments.”

Ben Bailey Homes’ group sales and marketing director, Rob Slocombe, said: “We are delighted to welcome Samantha to the team. Her experience within the industry and enthusiasm for the role will make her an invaluable asset to the company.”

For information on Ben Bailey Homes developments visit www.ben-baileyhomes.com or call 0844 257 8600.

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