New faces as Igloo boosts North East team
The regeneration specialist has brought in development director Joe Broadley from Bruntwood and Insiyah Khushnood from Homes England, who joins as senior development manager.
Broadley spent 12 years with Bruntwood as head of development and will oversee projects including the 100,000 sq ft Pioneer office in Newcastle’s Stephenson Quarter, a scheme that was launched in March.
Khushnood, who will lead on projects including future phases of The Ouseburn in Newcastle, was senior acquisition manager at Homes England.
She said: “To be part of a business that is both innovative and ethical in its creation of sustainable and lasting developments and communities, is something I am really proud of.
“Igloo’s schemes have a lasting positive impact, not only to the immediate area but also wider social and economic impact through good design and stewardship.”
In addition , Lowri Bond, also based in the North East, has now taken a lead role in igloo footprint, the developer’s social impact modelling platform.
Bond has more than 18 years’ experience working in the cultural and voluntary sectors in the region.
She said: “We have a really strong team in the North East, working on some amazing projects, so it’s great to see that bolstered further by welcoming Insi and Joe to the igloo family.
“Personally, I’m really excited to be taking more of a leading role in delivering projects through Footprint. Everything we do is driven by impact, whether it’s social, environmental or economic, Footprint binds all of our purpose and creates meaningful value for our investors and for the communities that we work with.”
Broadley said: “igloo is going through an incredible period of growth, which I am excited to be a part of, and its dedication to sustainable and socially responsible property development strongly resonates with my own personal principles.
“I am thrilled to be able to make a contribution to igloo’s mission to drive positive impact through the development of mixed-use communities across the North.”