Fleming Homes announces two new directors

Fleming Homes announces two new directors

Scott Hunter

In a significant step forward in the growth and leadership of Fleming Homes, the company has announced the appointment of two new members to the board of directors.

From 1 July 2024, Scott Hunter is promoted to planning & building regulations director and Asher Humphrey-Martin to the position of construction design director.

Asher and Scott are both long-standing and well-respected members of the Fleming Homes’ team and these appointments are a testament to their dedication, outstanding performance, and unwavering commitment to personal and professional growth.

Sarah Mathieson, managing director, said: “At Fleming Homes, we are deeply committed to fostering an environment in which personal development and career advancement is possible.

“Scott and Asher are shining examples of what can be achieved through dedication and the pursuit of excellence. We are excited to collaborate with them in their new strategic capacity and continue building a bright future for Fleming Homes.”

Fleming Homes announces two new directors

Asher Humphrey-Martin

Scott Hunter joined Fleming Homes in 2015 as Planning and Building Regulations Technician, subsequently heading up the company’s busy planning and building regulations service.

Dealing with councils throughout the UK while keeping abreast of ever-changing legislation makes his role an extremely challenging one. Despite this, his technical expertise, comprehensive knowledge and calm manner means he always gets the job done.

Mr Hunter added: “I love being a part of the Fleming Homes family and it is a huge honour to be promoted to a director. I can’t wait to continue the great work and to be involved in taking the company to new levels.”

In 2016 Asher Humphrey-Martin took a two-week work placement at Fleming Homes… and never left. After accepting a permanent position, he completed a Modern Apprenticeship over two years with Edinburgh College. He then progressed to a Graduate Apprenticeship scheme with Edinburgh Napier University, graduating in July 2023 with first class honours.

In January of this year he was appointed Construction Design Manager, heading up a team of five technicians who look after client’s projects throughout the construction design phase and he has now progressed to Director level. His career journey is notable, given he is still just 26 years old.

Asher Humphrey-Martin commented: “The apprenticeship route was perfect for me. I’ve effectively graduated from Uni with nearly seven years of relevant experience in the field, and that’s allowed me to take on a senior leadership role that I would otherwise still be years away from.”

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