Keepmoat’s chief operating officer has left the company after less than a year, becoming the ninth to leave since news of the Apollo merger.
David Bridges is the latest to part ways with the social housing builder, regeneration and refurbishment and maintenance firm, after extensive reshuffling following the merger, which officially completed in March last year.
According to Companies House, Keepmoat had already seen eight directors leave since April 2012.
Formerly of Segro and Taylor Wimpey, Mr Bridges became chief operating officer after heading up the southern division of Keepmoat from April to November 2012.
Former chief executive Ian Sutcliffe, who was at the helm for just nine months and had also previously worked for Segro and Taylor Wimpey, left last September.
Mr Sutcliffe changed the board around when he joined in January 2012.
Dave Sheridan, previously head of Keepmoat’s northern business and former chief executive of Apollo, also made changes when he then became chief executive of the merged Keepmoat group.