Prosperity Capital Partners has appointed three non-executive directors as the company looks to expand across the UK and Ireland.Howard Woollaston, David Murray and Stephen Jackson will all sit on Prosperity’s board.

Woollaston was a partner at Knight Frank, while Murray was deputy managing director at the Anglo-Irish Bank’s UK operation. Jackson headed up Nottingham Trent University as chief financial officer and chief operating officer and before then held an array of senior finance roles at well-known brands such as and Holiday Inn.

Prosperity has 1,700 purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) and build-to-rent (BTR) units either completed, in planning or under construction and recently submitted plans for a 556-home BTR scheme in central Manchester. Established in 2014, the business is aiming to deliver 10,000 homes over a ten-year period.Prosperity Capital Partners is led by chief executive Gavin Barry, who has over eighteen years’ cross-sector property investment and development experience, as well as investor relations director Fraser Macdonald and development director Ed Fowkes.

Gavin Barry, CEO at Prosperity Capital Partners, said: “We are proud to welcome Stephen, David, and Howard as non-executive directors on Prosperity Capital Partners’ board. Their real estate experience will make a significant contribution to our plans to deliver quality housing in the next decade across the UK and Ireland.”