Daniel G Wilson, Development Manager at the award-winning House Builder Hill Group joins us on our Building Brum podcast. As a Development Manager working in the Eastern Residential team at Hill, Daniel specialises in securing consent for sustainable developments that leave a positive lasting impact on communities.
We will be finding out more from Daniel about the Hill Groups' approach to sustainable house building and learning why their work on the Agar Gove in London is being praised by the Mayor's office. With over 19,200 homes delivered to date, we take a look at what it means to the Hill Group when comes to successfully building homes and creating communities.
The Building Brum podcast is sponsored by reality capture and point cloud modeling specialists ScanTech Digital, Solus, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of commercial floor and wall tiles and Sunbelt Rentals with over 200,000 items of equipment- they are the largest providers of equipment hire in the UK.
About Daniel G Wilson
Daniel G Wilson is a Development Manager working in the Eastern Residential team at Hill, where he specialises in securing consent for sustainable developments that leave a positive lasting impact on communities.
Between 2016 and 2020 Dan served on the RTPI West Midlands Young Planner s Committee and was Chair in 2020. He was a Planning Aid England Volunteer, member of the RTPI West Midlands Regional Activities Committee and won the prestigious RTPI West Midlands Young Planner of the Year award in 2020. In 2021 Dan was highly commended in the National RTPI Young Planner of the Year Award.
After completing a MSc at Cardiff University in 2013, Dan started his career as a Planning Officer in Local Government. He then moved to the private sector and worked as Planning Consultant for several years before being poached client side, where he was a Planning Manager at McCarthy and Stone. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Dan relocated to London to be closer to family and joined Hill. Dan is thrilled to be part of team Hill and is convinced that Hill’s values and ethos align with his career ambitions and objectives.