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Audley Group: Mark Sadler, Daren Little and Sian Hammer
Retirement villages provider Audley Group has announced three appointments to its senior leadership team.
Mark Sadler has been appointed group general counsel to lead the company’s legal function and advise on transactions, operations, compliance and governance. Sadler was previously senior legal counsel at Intu Properties advising on M&A, joint ventures and financing. His previous experience includes delivering the Olympic programme during the London 2012 Games at Westfield Stratford City, and more than a decade in real estate at law firm Ashurst and Nabarro (now CMS).
Daren Little has been appointed IT director, responsible for the development and delivery of technology strategy and overseeing the development of a high-performance technological infrastructure across the group. During his 18 years at a global distribution company, Little gained experience of leading large-scale IT transformational projects, including M&A activities.
Sadler and Little will report directly to Audley Group chief financial officer Gary Burton.
Sian Hammer has been appointed as sales director to lead the sales functions across Audley and Mayfield Villages, reporting to managing director Paul Morgan. Hammer has more than 25 years’ experience in the healthcare and property sales industries.
Audley Group chief executive Nick Sanderson said: “We are thrilled to be announcing these new appointments to our senior team, each of whom I know will make a tremendous impact on our business. Mark and Daren will be instrumental in shaping the governance and internal infrastructures across our business as we enter our next phase of growth. Our strategy is driven by a keen focus on the long-term health and wellbeing of our customers and as we look for future partners to share in this vision, Mark and Daren’s expertise will be invaluable. Sian’s deep knowledge of our sector will be instrumental in driving sales growth across our Audley Villages and Mayfield Villages brands. Her passion for tailoring solutions to suit the evolving needs of the UK’s ageing population will be integral to our continued success as the market leading retirement living developer and operator.”
Audley Group has a portfolio of 20 villages across both luxury and mid-priced models offering leisure facilities including a library, restaurant and bar, swimming pool and health club, with flexible support services including care available.