Stewart Baseley

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"Stewart Baseley has been on the board of HBF since 2002 and has served as its Executive Chairman since 2005.

"After overseeing a strategic review of the organisation’s entire operation, he has positioned HBF as a highly respected and influential representative body. This has enabled HBF to secure a range of Government stimulus measures for the industry - such as Help to Buy and NewBuy - and ensure relevant policy decisions, particularly with regards to Planning, Regulation and Sustainability, reflect house builders concerns.

"In addition to his duties for HBF Stewart is a board member of the NHBC, H+H in Denmark and is Chairman of Housebuilder Media Ltd. He is also a senior advisor to Highlander Partners (Central Europe) LP and serves on a number of boards for them ;Chairman of Habitat for Humanity GB; co Chairman of the Zero Carbon Taskforce and a patron of the Children with Special Needs charity.

"Stewart began his house building career with Crest Nicholson in 1983 before moving to Charles Church, where he became CEO in 1990, a position he held for eight years. During that time he oversaw the sale of Charles Church to Beazer Group in 1996 and subsequently joined the Beazer PLC Board where he had additional responsibility for Beazer Strategic Land. In 1998 he became Chairman and CEO of Centex UK which in 1999 acquired Fairclough Homes. In 2005 he oversaw the sale of Centex UK to Miller Group."[1]


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  1. Stewart Baseley, HBF, accessed March 12, 2015.
  2. Board, National House Building Council, accessed March 12, 2015.