Laragh Build names its specialist team

Cambridgeshire property developer welcomes new industry specialists to its Laragh Build team. 

Following the landmark launch of Laragh Build, the appointment of key professionals is set to drive the company’s next exciting chapter in providing a complete design, development and construction service to create high-quality homes.

Heading up the new Laragh Build team is Paul Lawrence, pictured. Recently promoted within the group to Construction Director, Paul has a wealth of industry knowledge and more than two decades of construction experience, having worked with some of the UK’s leading contractors. “It is a privilege to bring this expertise to Laragh Build,” said Paul. “Laragh is a renowned and trusted bespoke developer in Cambridgeshire with an impressive project portfolio and reputation for quality. I’m really pleased to be taking on this senior role and I’ll be working closely with our highly skilled and hardworking teams on site.” Paul joined Laragh in early 2020 to oversee operations from pre-construction through to completion and will continue to work alongside Laragh’s senior management team. “We are delighted to welcome our new members and the Laragh Build team is fully focussed on delivering the premium range of quality homes for positive communities in our region.”

Laragh Build experts are: Paul Lawrence, Construction Director; Shaun Taylor, Senior Site Manager for The Old Tannery development; Lorna Ryder, Quantity Surveyor and Marie Baggaley-Gray, Project Administrator.

Having secured an excellent long-standing reputation in residential property, Laragh now leads the way as one of the foremost Cambridgeshire development companies.

Laragh’s continued investment in a number of important new developments underway across Cambridgeshire include: The Old Tannery in Ely, creating 25 luxury apartments; Emerson Park in Great Abington, a bespoke development of 15 family homes; The Mews in Cambridge, incorporating nine apartments and 18 houses for the city, together with the ongoing development of Manor Farm in Stretham bringing 78 brand-new homes to the area. There are also projects in the pipeline for the future, with planning applications in Wilburton, Thriplow and Stretham.