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Ed Badke appointed Development Director at Network Homes

We've appointed Ed Badke as new Development Director to support the delivery of our growth plans.

Ed Badke is an experienced housing director who has worked at Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Berkeley Homes plc, Regalian Properties plc, Trafalgar House Construction Management and most recently for Notting Hill Housing Trust as their Director of Development.

He brings with him strong leadership and commercial acumen and this will support Network’s teams to actively seek new investment opportunities across our operating areas.

Vicky Savage, Executive Director of Development, Network Homes, said:

“When we set out on this search we wanted a candidate who had the right blend of experience, leadership and values to play a leading role in supporting and challenging the funding strategy for our significant new homes programme.

“We have found all three in Ed. I am very much looking forward to working closely with him and I know Network Homes will benefit from the breadth and depth of his experience.”

Ed Badke will lead on all of Network’s operational, management, corporate and development areas. He will be part of the Cabinet Leadership Team within Network Homes and will have specific responsibility for leading the Sales and Marketing function, Investment Compliance, Procurement and Reporting, Quality and Assurance and Aftercare and Customer Satisfaction.

“Network have a great reputation and I am delighted to take on this significant role. Building and improving homes and improving opportunities for residents is a key priority and we are actively seeking more development opportunities across London and the South East,” added Ed Badke.