Hampshire & Regional Property Group has rebranded as part of a national growth strategy.
The developer, which specialises in city centre regeneration and PRS schemes, will now be known as National Regional Property Group.
Founded four years ago, the company has £200m of projects underway in the south of England, including Southampton’s first private rented sector scheme.
The company said it intends to widen its geographical reach and is in the process of negotiating deals on several more private rented sector projects.
Chief executive and founder Shaun Adams said: “Changing our name to National Regional Property Group is proof that we mean business. In short, we’re ready to replicate our existing successes on a national scale.”
The company has recruited managing director Allan Gordon from Bouygues and has appointed former Blake Morgan managing partner Walter Cha as chairman.
Cha said: “When I was offered the opportunity to join Hampshire & Regional Property Group earlier this year I leapt at the opportunity.
“I look forward to helping the company realise its ambitious five-year growth strategy as it moves onto the national stage.”