09.jpg Steve Morgan (64) Chairman

Board Experience:

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Committee membership:

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Role

He is primarily responsible for the effective working of the Board, taking a leading role in determining the Board’s composition and structure and ensuring effective communications with shareholders.

Strengths and skills

Steve Morgan founded Redrow in 1974 and led the business to become one of the UK’s leading home builders. He floated the Company in 1994 and stepped down as Chairman in November 2000, returning to the helm in March 2009.

Steve is also Chairman of The Bridgemere Group of Companies, Carden Leisure and Trinity Aviation. He set up The Steve Morgan Foundation in 2000, one of the largest charitable trusts in the north of England.

Steve is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building and holds five Honorary Degrees. He was awarded an OBE in 1992 for services to the construction industry and a CBE in 2016 for philanthropy.

10.jpg John Tutte (61) Group chief executive

Board Experience:

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Committee membership:

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Role

He is responsible for the operational management of the Group, the implementing of strategic plans and reporting on these to the Board.

Strengths and skills

John Tutte joined the Board of Redrow in July 2002. In September 2009 he was promoted to Group Managing Director and in July 2014 became Group Chief Executive.

John qualified in civil engineering and has amassed more than 35 years’ experience within the industry, having previously held the position as Chief Executive of Wilson Connolly plc.

John was appointed to the board of the Home Builders Federation in February 2015. He is also a Chairman of the Home Building Skills Partnership – an initiative between the HBF and CITB to attract and develop a more diverse skilled workforce for the industry and its supply chain.

Barbara-Richmond.jpg Barbara Richmond (57) Group finance director

Board Experience:

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Committee membership:

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Role

She is responsible for the financial management of the Group in its broadest sense.

Strengths and skills

Barbara Richmond joined the Board of Redrow in January 2010, bringing with her a proven track record, with over 20 years’ experience as Group Finance Director at a number of UK listed companies including Inchcape plc, Croda International PLC and Whessoe plc.

She has a strong background in both manufacturing and retail as well as having completed a number of major acquisitions and disposals throughout her career.

Barbara was appointed a Non Executive Director of Lonza Group Ltd with effect from 16 April 2014.

Barbara is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and a graduate of the University of Manchester.

Graham-Cope.jpg GRAHAM COPE (53) COMPANY SECRETARY

Board Experience:

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Committee membership:

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Role

He is responsible for governance structures and mechanisms, corporate conduct within the Company’s regulatory environment and circulars to shareholders and is the primary source of advice on the conduct of the business.

Graham is Company Secretary to the Main Board and Secretary to all Committees.

Strengths and skills

Graham Cope joined Redrow as Head of Legal in November 2002 and was appointed Company Secretary two months later. He has over 20 years’ experience in the housebuilding sector, either working in-house or for clients in private practice.

Graham qualified as a solicitor in 1989 and is a member of the Law Society.

Sir-Michael-Lyons.jpg SIR MICHAEL LYONS (67) NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Board Experience:

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Committee membership:

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Strengths and skills

Sir Michael joined the Redrow Board in January 2015. He recently chaired the Lyons Housing Commission to produce a road map for increasing house building in this country.

He is also Chairman of the English Cities Fund, which undertakes large scale urban regeneration schemes in a number of places and is Chairman of SQW Group and a strategic adviser to CBRE.

Prior to this, following a long and distinguished career in local government, Sir Michael completed a four year term as Chairman of the BBC and has held a range of non-executive positions across the three sectors.

Debbie-Hewitt.jpg DEBBIE HEWITT (54) SENIOR INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR

Board Experience:

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Committee membership:

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Strengths and skills

Debbie joined the Redrow Board in August 2009. She has a wealth of board experience in executive and non-executive roles.

She is currently the Non-Executive Chairman of Moss Bros plc, The Restaurant Group plc and White Stuff.

She is also Non-Executive Director of NCC plc, BGL and Domestic & General, and Visa Europe Limited.

Debbie has an MBA from Bath University, is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and was awarded an MBE in 2011 for services to business and the public sector.

Liz-Peace.jpg LIZ PEACE (64) NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Board Experience:

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Committee membership:

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Strengths and skills

Liz joined the Redrow Board in September 2014. She spent 13 years as the CEO of the British Property Federation and also had a long and distinguished career in the Civil Service.

She is currently a non executive director at The Howard de Walden Estate and non executive chairman of the Shadow Government Property Agency and of the Mayor of London’s Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation. She is also the chairman of the property industry’s charity, LandAid, and of the Architectural Heritage Fund and the Centre for London.

Liz was awarded a CBE in the 2008 New Year’s Honours List.

Liz retired from the Board on 31 August 2017.

Nick-Hewson.jpg NICK HEWSON (59) NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Board Experience:

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Committee membership:

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Strengths and skills

Nick joined the Redrow Board in December 2012. His business career to date has been spent mainly in the property industry, from commercial to residential.

Nick is the Chairman of Supermarket Income REIT and a Non-Executive Director of Croma Security Solutions Group Plc.

Nick is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and has a degree in Law from Cambridge University.

VANDA MURRAY (56) NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Board Experience:

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Committee membership:

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The Board appointed Vanda Murray with effect from 1 August 2017. Vanda has substantial Non-Executive Director and Remuneration Committee experience. She is Chairman of Fenner plc and holds non-executive roles with Bunzl plc, Manchester Airports Group and Just Childcare Ltd. She is also Pro-Chancellor at Manchester Metropolitan University and a Board member of the Manchester Growth Company. She has also previously held non-executive directorships at Carillion plc, Exova plc and Microgen plc.

Vanda was awarded an OBE in 2001 for services to business and to exports.

ROLE: The Non-Executive Directors are members of the Board but do not form part of the Executive Management team.

They have responsibility to constructively challenge and contribute to the development of strategy, scrutinise the performance of management, satisfy themselves that financial information is accurate and that financial controls and systems of risk management are robust and are responsible for determining appropriate levels of remuneration of the Executive Management team.