PSP appoints Relationship Manager as it gears up for growth following merger

PSP (Public Sector Plc) has appointed Joelle Nixon as Relationship Manager as it gears up for growth following its merger with the £100m-turnover housebuilder, Chartway Group.

Joelle joins PSP from Aon, where she built relationships with Registered Social Landlords and local authorities.

She becomes PSP’s first hire since it joined forces with one of South-East England’s leading housebuilders, Chartway Group, which combined with PSP, has delivered close to 6,500 new homes through their partnerships with the public and private sectors.

PSP is a UK property services partner and consultant, creating partnerships with housing associations, local authorities and other public sector bodies to deliver real estate projects with true social impact, including developing net zero carbon family homes.

Based in the Midlands, Joelle will help PSP to develop new relationships across the UK as it builds on its long-term local authority and Housing Association partnerships which stretch from the north-east of England to the south coast.

Mark Davis, Partnerships Director at Public Sector Plc, said: “Joelle’s appointment is an important step forward for us as we gear up for growth in England and across the UK.

“By delivering real estate projects with local authorities and housing associations we are helping the public sector to deliver new homes, new employment space and to unlock much-needed additional income streams.

“Joelle has real passion and enthusiasm in understanding customer requirements and finding solutions. Her knowledge of working with registered social landlords builds on the excellent technical strengths we already have within our team.”

Joelle Nixon said: “I’m excited to be joining PSP at such an important period of growth. The services PSP delivers to public sector organisations help provide resources and capacity to support the delivery of new projects linked to social impact. We’re working with Council teams to develop new zero carbon homes, solar farms, commercial and employment space and undertake strategic reviews to enable the identification of land and assets for disposal or regeneration.”