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Barratt Says There Is Continuing Strong Customer Demand For Its Homes
Barratt Says To Continue To Cooperate With CMA During Investigation
Barratt Scraps Special Dividend Proposal, FY Pretax Profit Down 45.9%
Barratt Developments PLC is a 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. The Company 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 energy efficient 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 major town center regeneration project.
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John Murray Allan
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
David F. Thomas
Group Chief Executive, Executive Director
Steven J. Boyes
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director
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London-listed shares rose for the first time in four sessions on Wednesday as a surge in house prices to record highs powered stocks of homebuilders, with Barratt jumping to the top of the FTSE 100.
Britain's biggest housebuilder, Barratt Developments <BDEV.L>, scrapped a special dividend payout for 2021 on Wednesday as it reported a near 30% fall in full-year housing completions and revenue, but pointed to an improvement in forward sales.
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 <BDEV.L> 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 <BDEV.L> 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 <BDEV.L> 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.
Barratt Developments said on Thursday its executive and non-executive directors have agreed to a voluntary 20% reduction in base salary and fees, beginning April 1 and until the group resumes work at its sites.
Barratt Developments <BDEV.L> on Wednesday decided to scrap its interim dividend and suspend financial guidance as it assesses the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
UK shares ended a two-day rally on Wednesday, as tobacco group Imperial Brands slid after sounding a profit warning alarm and the coronavirus epidemic kept investors on edge.
Homebuilder Barratt Developments <BDEV.L> on Wednesday posted an increase in first-half pretax profit as demand for lower-priced homes surged, and said it would pay a special dividend of 175 million pounds next year.
Barratt Developments on Wednesday reported a rise in first-half pretax profit as Britain's biggest homebuilder sold more homes at lower prices.
Britain's biggest housebuilder Barratt Developments <BDEV.L> reported marginal sales growth and a dip in the value of homes sold in the first months of its financial year, the latest sign of pressure on developers from a weakening UK property market.
Barratt Developments Plc, Britain's biggest housebuilder, on Wednesday said sales fell in the beginning of the year even as it delivered more homes, as a focus on better quality in a tough market dented margins.
Britain's biggest housebuilder Barratt Developments Plc <BDEV.L> said profit rose on improved margins and higher home sales in a tough real estate market, but warned it now expected volumes for the current year at the lower end of forecasts.
Britain's biggest housebuilder Barratt Developments Plc reported higher annual pretax profit on Wednesday, benefiting from higher margins even as it faced a tough real estate market.
Barratt Developments' <BDEV.L> efforts to cut costs by making changes to the design of the houses it builds will help the company to report annual profit that beats market expectations, the company said on Wednesday.
Barratt Developments Plc, Britain's biggest housebuilder, said on Wednesday it expects annual pretax profit to be ahead of market expectations, helped by margin growth and contributions from joint ventures.
Barratt Developments Plc bucked a trend of weak updates from UK housebuilders on Thursday, saying its margins were improving and annual profits would now be slightly above its previous expectations.
Britain's biggest housebuilder Barratt Developments Plc said on Thursday it expected results for the current financial year to be modestly above previous expectations, suggesting it was riding out Brexit-generated tensions in the housing market.
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