Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson has announced the appointment of David Hnyda as Sales & Marketing Director of its Chiltern division, which is based in St Albans.

David will be responsible for driving sales at Crest Nicholson’s Chiltern developments. Crest Nicholson launched the Chiltern division in October 2014 to increase its delivery capability from north London to Warwickshire, including the commuter heartlands of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire. 

Key developments in the division include: Monksmoor Park in Daventry, Nash Mills Wharf in Hemel Hempstead, Dorridge View in the Midlands, and Napsbury Quarters in St Albans.

David brings six years’ experience of industry experience to the role. He has joined Crest Nicholson Chiltern from Taylor Wimpey, where he was Sales Manager for the South Midlands region having worked his way up from a Graduate Trainee. 

Ben Miller, Managing Director at Crest Nicholson Chiltern, said: “David has a vast range of experience in driving sales for new housing developments through effective marketing strategies and we’re delighted that he has chosen to join our team in St Albans. It’s a very exciting time to join Crest Nicholson’s Chiltern division as we have some very ambitious developments in progress.”

Speaking about his new role David said: “Crest Nicholson has a strong reputation as a responsible developer, with a genuine commitment for delivering design-led sustainable communities and this role is a fantastic opportunity for me to develop my career within a growing team. There is plenty to be excited about with a number of high-profile developments being launched this year, including Napsbury Quarters right here in St Albans.”

Napsbury Quarters is a brand new development in St Albans, which will see Crest Nicholson transform a 1920s Arts and Crafts nurses’ home into luxury one, two and three bedroom townhouses and apartments. It is surrounded by four acres of private wooded parkland and lawns, allowing residents access to a further 127 acres of Grade II Listed open space in Napsbury Park.