Nadeem Shah will be replaced as CEO by his son Tariq. Credit: Vigo Group

Changes at the top for Vigo Group

Tariq Shah has stepped up to chief executive, with his father Nadeem becoming chairman of the Doncaster property business.

Both are widely known figures in South Yorkshire property and business circles. The incoming chief executive co-chairs the business advisory board for the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority, and also chairs the Doncaster Town Deal Board, among other positions.

Nadeem Shah said: “Tariq and I have worked closely together for more than two decades, and I’m proud of the impact he has had on the business and the wider community. I’m confident that the company is in safe hands, and with his energy, experience and methodical approach, Tariq will lead the business to further success.

“We are a family business started by my father in 1966, developed by my wife Maureen and I, and I’m pleased that my children now play key roles. As we move into the next stage for the business, we have a lot to achieve, and I look forward to supporting Tariq and the team to deliver our shared vision in my new role as Chair.”

Vigo Group encompasses several businesses: commercial and residential rental arm TLB, residential developer Swan Homes, IMYCO Construction and Blaxton Aggregates.

Tariq Shah said: “It’s a real honour and a privilege to take over as Chief Executive of Vigo Group. I’ve worked here from the age of 18 but have grown up in and around it, so the business has always been a big part of my life.

“I am fortunate to have, over many years, worked with an incredible team from whom I have learned and continue to learn so much.

“My vision for the company is consistency, growth, and transformation. It will see us doing more of the regeneration work that we do so well, bringing new life to previously used sites as well as growing, developing, and changing the places we work in, with a real focus on building great, sustainable communities. We are seeing a significant shift in the way, and the places, people live and spend time, making this work increasingly important.”

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