Developer Anwyl appoints new land director

Developer Anwyl Partnerships, which has a number of live schemes in Liverpool city region, has appointed Sam Oliver as its new land director

Sam Oliver
Sam Oliver, land director at Anwyl Partnerships


Anwyl Partnerships, which is delivering a number of Liverpool city region property schemes, has has appointed Sam Oliver as its new land director

A former senior land manager, Mr Oliver joined Anwyl three years ago. Since then he has played an integral role in strengthening the firm’s land and development arm. He has been instrumental in identifying and securing a number of key sites.

He said: “Joining the business just over three years ago, I have seen Anwyl Partnerships grow threefold as we expand across the North West into Merseyside, Greater Manchester, and Cheshire. In Merseyside we have acquired multiple sites to deliver on a mixed tenure basis for our key partners.

“Given that the last two years have been particularly challenging, we have continued to grow and have emerged from lockdown with a strong forward order book. This, I believe, is testament to both the existing and new relationships we have forged across our supply chain and resilience and strength as a business.”

The land team, led by Mr Oliver, is responsible for identifying, acquiring sites for residential, affordable housing, and later living developments across the North West and North Wales. 

In January, LBN reported the firm was using alternative methods of construction to speed up work on an £8.5m development for the elderly. It is delivering the scheme in Wirral in partnership with Magenta Living.

Tom Anwyl, of Anwyl Partnerships, added: “Sam has proved to be an ideal leader for the land operation. He has had a far-reaching and positive impact on the business since joining only three years ago and his promotion to director is one that recognises his significant achievements.”

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