Tulloch Homes appoints new board member
Former Homes for Scotland chairman Gerry More has joined the board of Tulloch Homes Group.
Chartered accountant More has been working with Tulloch, the largest housebuilder in the Highlands, on a consultancy basis since April this year.
Mr More has more than 25 years of experience in the housebuilding and property sector including a long stint on the board of CALA Group while filling various finance and operational positions at that company.
He is a former CBI Scotland director and has a number of board level positions at the moment including at Selkirk-based Oregon Timber Frame and student accommodation provider Maven Capital (Claremont House).
Last month he was appointed as the champion for the private rented sector by Homes for Scotland.
At Tulloch Mr More’s appointment fills the board vacancy created when Ian Bankier, chairman of Celtic Football Club and executive chairman of Glenkeir Whiskies, stepped down in the summer.
In June Tulloch said sales had been soaring in the first five months of its financial year amid growing buoyancy in the Highlands housing market.
The Inverness company, which employs 150 people, stated it had completed 75 transactions in the period, a 29 per cent increase on the 58 it had recorded in the first five months of its 2013 financial year.