New appointments are paving the way for success

Published:  19 July, 2013

Natural Paving Products has announced the dual appointments of Malcolm Gough as business development director and Alison Lockwood as commercial manager. Both bring a wealth of experience and expertise to their new roles and will play an integral part in the company’s overall strategy for growth and expansion.

Joining the senior executive team, Mr Gough will be responsible for strengthening the corporate brand, fostering key accounts and directing new growth opportunities. He joins Natural Paving Products from Jewson where he spent a number of years as a marketing director and market director for sustainability. This experience will be key in developing Natural Paving’s sustainability strategies and policies.

Ms Lockwood also joins Mr Gough’s team and brings with her valuable knowledge and expertise in the commercial, and architectural marketplace, following a similar role at Woodkirk Stone. With over 10 years experience in the construction industry, Ms Lockwood has spent her professional career working closely with architects, landscapers, housebuilders and contractors. Alison Lockwood, commercial manager

On welcoming them to the company, Mark Wall, managing director for Natural Paving Products, said: “Malcolm’s business development and leadership experience along with Alison’s specialist knowledge of the architectural marketplace will prove invaluable at a significant time for our business. This is an exciting time as we are looking to expand and grow our business into new markets.”

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