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

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

Owen Rodgers (pictured right) joins the team 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 as we aim to deliver 150 houses per year within the next three years.

“Sales for the business should top £20 million in the next financial year with close to £100m of projects currently in the pipeline.”

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

Other projects include a major development at Oughtibridge Mill and seven homes at Fox Valley, along with plans for a new development for Devonshire Green in Sheffield city centre.