Two new faces for Sky-House Co team

Sheffield based housebuilder Sky-House Co has welcomed two further faces to its expanding team.

Joni Cotton, a lawyer specialising in property law, joins the company as a legal to help streamline legal processes.

Owen Rodgers is as an apprentice/trainee quantity surveyor as part of the Sky-House Academy.

“Owen comes to us as part of our aim to recruit locally and train in-house as part of our wider commitment to the community we serve,” said Sky-House Co director David Cross.

“As we continue to develop exciting new projects across the region, Joni’s wealth of experience in all areas of property law will prove invaluable.

“The Sky-House Team has grown from two to over 30 in the past 18 months.”

Work on Sky-House at the Waverley Regeneration site, close to Rotherham and Sheffield, continues into its second phase, delivering the 21st-century take on the traditional back-to-back Victorian house, created by the team at CODA Studios.


BHP Corporate Finance strengthens department

BHP Corporate Finance have strengthened their team with the addition of three new full-time recruits across their offices in Leeds and Sheffield.

The team have welcomed Luke Harrower, who has just qualified as an ACA with a top 4 firm, Zaryab Hussain, a graduate who will be studying towards his ACA exams, as well as Charlotte Chaplin who has joined on a placement from Leeds University.

In addition, Jovindra Hussnain has enjoyed a placement with the team.

The new recruits take the total number of staff working in the corporate finance team to 20.

Kevin Davies, partner at BHP Corporate Finance, said: “With a healthy pipeline of transactions, we’re feeling very positive coming out of the last 18 months of the pandemic. As we continue to commit our energies to the future of the team, we feel that introducing these new starters at this level is a great investment in the future.”


Marketing consultant joins family business

Rotherham consultancy firm Hallmark Branding has added a new staff member to the expanding family-run business with the appointment of Belinda Cocker as marketing consultant.

Belinda has worked in the higher education sector for the past nine years, seven within events.

Brendan Hall, MD of Hallmark Branding, said: “It is a brilliant time to have my sister Belinda on board as we expand and grow the business.

“It is really important for us to provide a great service to our clients, and we need to make sure we have the right people in place to continue to strengthen those relationships.

“Having Belinda in place means we can continue developing our knowledge of the market and be available to offer our support to more and more local businesses within our community.”

Belinda said: “I’ve watched Brendan expand and grow his business over the years, and it is a privilege to be working alongside him. Supporting local businesses in building their brand is a great way to support the local business community, and I cannot wait to work with clients new and existing

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