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Barratt Developments PLC is a United Kingdom-based holding company. The Company is principally engaged in acquiring and developing land, planning, designing and constructing residential property developments and selling the homes, which it builds throughout Britain. It operates in two segments: Housebuilding and Commercial developments. The Company's brands include Barratt Homes, David Wilson Homes and Barratt London. Barratt Homes focuses on providing homes for first time buyers and families, offering a range of properties across England, Scotland and Wales. Wilson Bowden Developments is the Company’s commercial development arm focused on retail, leisure, office, industrial and mixed-use schemes. The projects of Wilson Bowden Developments range from single sites to industrial developments, office parks and town center regeneration project.
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John Murray Allan
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David F. Thomas
Group Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Steven John Boyes
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director
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Barratt Developments said on Wednesday forward sales for the past three months had risen above pre-pandemic levels, driven by sustained housebuying, prompting the company to stick to its home-completion forecasts for the current year.
Barratt Developments said on Wednesday forward sales for the past three months had risen above pre-pandemic levels, boosted by strong reservations for private homes, prompting the company to stick to its home-completion forecasts for the current year.
UK high-end homebuilder Berkeley Group Holdings Plc said on Friday it was seeing construction cost inflation and was mindful of ongoing supply chain and labour market issues due to Brexit and the pandemic.
Barratt Developments expects home completions to rise to pre-pandemic levels in its fiscal year to June, Britain's largest housebuilder said on Thursday, also flagging a 4-5% rise in construction costs in what is a vibrant property market.
Britain's biggest homebuilder Barratt Developments Plc forecast robust forward sales on Thursday, allaying concerns about a cooling housing market following the partial removal of a temporary cut in property purchase tax.
Britain's biggest housebuilder Barratt Developments Plc forecast annual profits would top expectations and demand would remain strong, despite signs of a recent cooling in home prices.
Barratt Developments Plc on Wednesday forecast 2021 profit to be marginally above the top end of market expectations, as the housing sector benefited from a tax holiday and higher demand for big homes suited to remote working.
Britain's biggest housebuilder Barratt Developments on Tuesday named Countryside Properties' current finance head Mike Scott as its chief financial officer.
British housebuilder Barratt Developments said on Tuesday it has named Mike Scott as its chief financial officer, and that his joining date was being finalised.
Barratt Developments Plc said on Thursday it expected to complete more wholly owned homes this year than its own estimates and was also seeing strong reservation rates, as the sector benefits from government measures and low interest rates.
Barratt Developments Plc said on Thursday it expected to increase wholly-owned completions to between 16,000 and 16,250 homes this year, ahead of its previous estimates, as the sector benefits from government measures and low interest rates.
Britain's biggest housebuilder Barratt Developments raised its annual volume forecast on Friday and said it could resume dividend payments next month, after a rebound in demand from COVID-19 disruption drove a solid first-half performance.
Britain's FTSE 100 index rose on Friday and was on track to end the week with gains of more than 6% as investors bet on a swift economic recovery, while Barratt Developments surged on plans to resume dividend payouts next month.
UK's biggest homebuilder Barratt Developments said on Friday it expects to resume dividends next month, after posting a 14.3% rise in forward sales for the first half as demand rebounded from COVID-19 lockdown lows.
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Barratt Developments Plc, Britain's biggest housebuilder, scrapped a special dividend payout for 2021 on Wednesday as it reported a near 30% fall in full-year housing completions and revenue, while forward sales were up from the year-ago period.
Barratt Developments said on Monday its deliveries had fallen by a third as the coronavirus crisis halted construction activity, though the British homebuilder added that it was starting the new financial year with "cautious optimism".
Homebuilder Barratt Developments said on Monday its deliveries had fallen by a third as the coronavirus crisis halted construction activity, but added that it was starting the new financial year with "cautious optimism".
Barratt Developments said on Friday it would restart work on its construction sites from May 11, with a significant proportion of its furloughed workforce returning to work before the end of the month.
Barratt Developments said on Thursday it sold more homes so far this year but expects home completions and reservations to be limited by the coronavirus pandemic as its sales centres and construction sites remained close.
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