Jennie Daly, Group Operations Director at Taylor Wimpey PLC (S4 E6)

Jennie Daly
Jennie Daly

Appointed as a Director in April 2018. Jennie also holds the role of Group Operations Director. Jennie joined Taylor Wimpey in 2014 from Redrow plc, as UK Planning Director, before becoming UK Land Director in 2015. She has a wealth of experience in the housebuilding industry gained from roles which include strategic land oversight at Westbury plc and managing director of Harrow Estates Plc. As Group Operations Director, Jennie oversees our land, planning, design and technical, production and supply chain functions, in addition to managing the Taylor Wimpey Logistics business. Jennie is also a non-executive director of the Peabody Trust.

Decisions of the Week:

Juden v London Borough of Tower Hamlets & Crest Nicholson & Secretary of State for HCLG [2021] EWHC 1368. A decision of Sir Duncan Ouseley allowing an application for judicial review quashing a decision to grant permission & listed building consent for residential development of the former London Chest Hospital, a Grade 11 LB in a Conservation Area involving the relocation of a veteran mulberry tree. Issues around the adequacy of the officer report, NPPF 195 & 196 & publication of consultation responses.

R (oao Kinsey) V London Borough of Lewisham & City of London Corporation [2021] EWHC 1286. A decision of Mrs Justice Lang DBE quashing a permission for the demolition of two 1970s buildings & their replacement with taller building, part of the site lies in the Sydenham Hill Conservation Area. Heritage issues around the omission of significant parts of the conservation officer’s advice.

Decision of an Inspector dated 14 May 2021 allowing Churchill Retirement Living Ltd’s appeal against the failure of Hart District Council to determine an application  planning permission for the redevelopment of the former Fleet Police Station for 31 retirement apartments on design grounds & impact of TBH SPA.

Decision of an inspector dated17th May2021 dismissing an appeal against the former South Northants District Council’s refusal of an outline application for residential development on land outside, but adjacent to, the village settlement confines of Paulerspury. 

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