Dolphin Living appoints Regeneration & Development Director

Dolphin Living announces it has appointed a seasoned Regeneration & Development Director to focus on growth and sustainability credentials.

David Stevenson, Regeneration and Development Director, Dolphin Living | BTR News
David Stevenson, Regeneration and Development Director, Dolphin Living.

Innovative and forward-thinking provider of intermediate affordable housing – Dolphin Living – announces the appointment of a Regeneration & Development Director. The appointed, David Stevenson joins the team to focus on the growth of the organisation and its sustainability credentials.

“David will be an excellent addition to the team at Dolphin Living as we look to build upon our primary objective of creating more high quality homes for working Londoners near to their places of work. 

“Sustainability, both in the fabric of our buildings and in the way we support our residents in living sustainably, is also a priority which David is well equipped to assist with.” 

Olivia Harris, Chief Executive, Dolphin Living

David joins with a wealth of housing and regeneration experience having worked for over 30 years on London’s most challenging regeneration projects and in the West Midlands for non-profit organisations.  Most recently, David worked as Regeneration Director for L&Q – and was responsible for leading the company’s work on Greenwich Peninsula.  As Head of Joint Ventures for L&Q, David led a project management team delivering large scale joint venture housing development and regeneration projects on Acton Gardens in LB Ealing, Brent Cross , Westfield White City and Dollis Valley. 

Prior to L&Q, David worked as Head of Development Delivery – Major Ventures at Genesis Housing Association. He was responsible for expanding its portfolio in north, central and west London, playing a leadership role on the redevelopment of Grahame Park in Colindale and Oaklands, Old Oak Common in partnership with Queens Park Rangers. 

David is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Housing and is working towards becoming a member of the RICS via the Senior Professional route.

“I have followed Dolphin Living’s work closely over the past few years and have always been impressed by its progress in the sector. I’m looking forward to working with the team closely to provide more homes in central London for the city’s key workers.” 

David Stevenson, Regeneration and Development Director, Dolphin Living