Glendale Appoints New Head of Development – Estate Services

1 year ago

After 25-years with Glendale Civic Trees, Glendale is thrilled to announce Deric Newman as their new Head of Development – Estate Services.

With decades of experience and being an integral part of the success of the Civic Trees brand, Deric’s appointment will help Glendale to continue to broaden their client base for their current services across the UK within the estates sector. With a focus on bespoke projects and bolt on contracts to be delivered within Glendale’s current management structure and office locations, Deric will help Glendale to continue their best-in-class service.

At a very exciting time to be part of Glendale, Deric will be joining Matt Gavin, Head of Commercial Sales and Pete Jackson, Director of Vegetation Management as part of an industry-leading team helping to take Glendale to new heights.

Speaking about his appointment, Deric said: “I look forward to continuing to work with a wide & diverse range of clients in my new role. Still talking and selling trees, just broadening the remit and widening the portfolio”.

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