NHBC boosts its alternative residential offer with senior hires

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The National House Building Council (NHBC) has strengthened its alternative residential team with two senior hires. 

Niki Kyriacou and Andrew Milsom both join NHBC as Customer Relationship Manager; Niki will lead on Build to Rent (BTR), while Andrew will head-up integrated retirement communities and strategic land. 

Niki joins from Property Week and benefits from almost 20 years’ experience supporting property leaders to build effective strategic commercial campaigns, while Andrew joins from The New Homes Group. His 14 years within the residential property industry comprises roles with Foxtons, Marsh & Parsons and Winkworth. 

With more than 80 years’ experience, NHBC is the preferred warranty and building control provider to the property industry. It supports customers across a range of sectors beyond volume house building, including Build to Rent, affordable and social housing, integrated retirement communities and strategic land. Its bespoke products form part of a unique partnership approach built on early-stage engagement to de-risk development and support the delivery of high-quality, long-term assets, bringing a strategic quality agenda to clients’ development portfolios. 

Niki and Andrew will lead on expanding NHBC’s partnerships within their respective sectors, setting its short to mid-term business strategy and contributing to the setting of NHBC policy. 

Tim Reid, Customer Relationship Director and head of alternative residential at NHBC, said: “Both Niki and Andrew will be a huge asset to the business as we continue to grow our presence across the BTR, integrated retirement communities and strategic land divisions. We anticipate working in partnership with our clients to de-risk development through early-stage engagement, supporting in the delivery of high-quality homes. 

“They bring a huge amount of knowledge and expertise within their respective sectors and I am excited to have them on board.”