St Asaph and Daresbury based Pure Residential & Commercial has made two more senior appointments with Graham Bellis and Gary Bailey joining to strengthen its management team across the Group, this is the third and fourth senior appointment since the Covid-19 lockdown.

Prior to joining Pure as Head of Operations and Procurement, Graham Bellis was UK-wide Procurement Director at Watkin Jones plc for over 8 years, before this he held Commercial Director positions for a number of national construction companies.

As a well-known and experienced construction professional, Graham has a track record of delivering multi-million pound developments to the highest specifications and ensuring projects are delivered on time.
At Pure Homes he will be responsible for multiple sites across Cheshire and North Wales, delivering over 750 homes with sites in Denbigh, Prestatyn, St. Asaph, Llanfair DC, Ruabon, Chester and Frodsham. This includes homes in the Retirement Living sector which offer exceptional growth opportunities based on projected demand and an ageing population.

Gary Bailey , Pure Homes’ new Contracts Manager, is a Chartered Construction Manager with over thirty-five years of housing industry experience, overseeing award winning projects, including a previous role as Project Director for Nakheel on one of the world’s premier projects, the villa fronds Palm Island Dubai. His leadership will be fundamental in the delivery of Pure Homes developments nationally.

Managing Director of Pure Residential and Commercial, Chris White said;

“I am really pleased to be able to welcome Graham and Gary to Pure. Their appointments are another important milestone for Pure Homes as we expand operations and respond to the needs for our quality housing across Cheshire and North Wales.”

“We are in a very good position now to really progress forward with a good land bank and a construction pipeline that will deliver in excess of £160m across the business over the next few years.”

“We have just gained multiple awards on the 4 year £1 billion Welsh Procurement Alliance (WPA) Framework for North and Mid Wales Residential Construction and are currently building a new state-of-the-art headquarters so we can consolidate all staff across the divisions in St. Asaph.”

“We are always looking for skilled, talented and motivated people to join our expanding team.”

Graham Bellis, Head of Operations and Procurement at Pure Homes commented;

“I’m really looking forward to supporting Pure Homes’ growth regionally as a housebuilder of exceptional standards in quality and luxury. Our new site in Chester will demonstrate how far the business has progressed over the last few years from being a local developer to being a regional house builder with a respected reputation.”

Gary Bailey, Contracts Manager added;

“Pure Homes has invested in developing the business with people, land strategies and design to rival any national house builder. This is an exciting time to be leading the construction department and expanding the Pure Homes brand, as a leader in property development with the creation of sustainable communities and regeneration. My vision is to create exceptional places for people to live, work and enjoy.”

Caption: LtoR: Pure Residential and Commercial has expanded its team, it’s third and fourth senior appointment since lockdown. Graham Bellis, new Head of Operations and Procurement with Gary Bailey, new Contacts Manager and Managing Director of Pure Residential and Commercial, Chris White on the roof terrace of Pure Residential and Commercial’s new headquarters, due for completion this September, with the existing offices on New Vision Business Park, St. Asaph in the background