Name : Lynsay Whillock Company :Fold Housing Association Position :Development manager Role :To ensure that FOLD builds houses to the highest possible standard and providing solutions for a range of housing needs. Lynsay also operationally manages FOLD’s development programme and development department Track record :Graduated with a degree in Architectural Technology & Management from UUJ in 2005, has worked in development at Clanmil Housing Association and in Land and New Homes at BTWCairns Estate Agency before joining FOLD as a senior development officer in 2008
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