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Helen Francis appointed Group Business Development Director

Property services business Liberty has appointed Helen Francis as their new Group Business Development Director.

Helen joins the Merseyside-based national business this month from United Living Group where she previously oversaw partnerships and new business. Prior to that she has various roles including those of National Business Development Director at Kier and Keepmoat. Helen has a solid track record of winning work in both public sector maintenance and construction.

As a key member of Liberty’s Senior Team, her 16 years’ worth of experience will enable her to be instrumental in delivering Liberty’s mission to be the go-to people for property services by developing and strengthening partnerships with new and existing clients. She will lead our work winning teams whilst also heading up our corporate social value offering.

Helen’s appointment builds on the strong growth that Liberty has seen over the last 12 months.

Commenting on her new position, Helen said: “As an ambitious and growing business with a unique smart and straightforward approach, this is a really exciting time to be joining Liberty. I’m looking forwarding to creating new opportunities for the business, building on what’s already been a really successful year.”

Ray Jones, Managing Director of Liberty, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Helen Francis to the Liberty Team as our new Group Business Development Director.

“With her unparalleled understanding of both social housing and procurement, Helen will contribute a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the team. Liberty is going through a period of strong growth, so her insight and experience will be invaluable.

“On top of that, she is known for her enthusiasm and professionalism, so we’re really pleased to have her on board.”

Liberty specialises in the full range of property services and construction including refurbishments, new build homes, repairs and maintenance, gas servicing and renewable energy.