Former ISG manager becomes Torsion Homes MD


Developer Torsion Homes has appointed a new managing director.  

Ian Worthington. Credit: Torsion Homes.

Ian Worthington rejoins Torsion Group having previously worked there as a senior quantity surveyor between 2016 and 2018. 

Prior to being made managing director, Worthington also held commercial manager roles at ISG and NG Bailey. 

He will be focussed on driving forward Torsion Homes during a growth period for the business. 

The news comes as Torsion Homes has secured six new housing schemes in Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire, with a combined gross development value of £38 million. 

Torsion will create local employment opportunities and provide skills training in the communities where it has a development, it said.  

“I’m delighted to lead the Torsion Homes business and see huge potential for growth over the next few years,” said Worthington.  

“We already have 2024 off to a strong start by securing six schemes with a combined GDV of £38m. 

“We are now focussed on delivering these projects, whilst developing a number of exciting new opportunities and progressing the project pipelines.” 

Dan Spencer, CEO at Torsion Group, added: “We are excited about the growth of Torsion Homes, and as part of this, we have invested in attracting exceptional people. We are pleased to welcome Ian back into the Torsion team as managing director of Torsion Homes. With his existing knowledge of our business, combined with new ideas, we are very positive about the future success of Torsion Homes.” 

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