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Community Interest Company

The BVCIC (Bolnore Village Community Interest Company) is a not for profit company that has been set up to represent the interests of all Village residents. It appoints and oversees the relationship with the estate management company. It sets the budget each year and monitors all expenses to ensure a value for money service is provided.

Currently, the Community Interest Company is only legally responsible for the management of “Old Bolnore”, that is phases 1-3 completed prior to 2008. “New Bolnore” (Phases 4 and 5) is managed by Crest Nicholson’s appointed management company Gordon & Co and will continue to be so for at least seven more years.

The Directors

  • Chris Belton
    Retired as a European Director of Technology and Operations in the financial services sector primarily based in Brighton. A wide ranging business experience and an ongoing interest in technology. A recent arrival to Bolnore Village and keen to see it improve.
  • Martin Heath
    Retired, profession - Mechanical Engineer. Spent most of my early life and in central Africa, then in later years South Africa. Work experience includes time in the Coal mining industry, Steel production and the last 25 years in Aggregate production and Ready Mix Concrete industry. Married with two married sons.
  • Marco van Dijk
    Marco has lived in Bolnore village since 2004 before we had a shop, school or community centre. Both his sons attend Bolnore Village Primary school. Being truly Dutch he loves to ride his bike. He also volunteers in leading the executive committee of the local scout group and has been involved with the management of parts of the village since 2007.
  • Xoan-Carlos Leon
    Carlos has lived in Bolnore with his family since 2003 and has been actively involved in local community groups. He is also a leader with the Bolnore Scout group where he currently pitches in as a regular assistant leader at the Beaver colony. Carlos works as a Financial analyst and editor for an international finance firm, having previously worked for the Financial Times.