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Berkeley Group Says Glyn Barker Will Become Non-Executive Chairman
Berkeley Group Announces The Sudden Death Of Founder, Chairman, Tony Pidgley
Berkeley FY Pretax Profit Down 35% At 503.7 Mln Stg
The Berkeley Group Holdings plc is a holding company. The Company, along with its subsidiaries, is engaged in residential-led property development focusing on regeneration and mixed-use property developments. Its portfolio consists of six property developers in London, Birmingham and the South of England. The brands include Berkeley, St George, St James, St Edward, St William and St Joseph. The Berkeley creates medium to large-scale developments in towns, cities and the countryside, encompassing executive homes, mixed-use schemes, riverside apartments, refurbished historic buildings and urban loft spaces. St George is involved in mixed use sustainable regeneration in London. St James handles projects that embrace private residential development, commercial property, recreational and community facilities. St Edward offers residentially led developments.
Berkeley House, 19 Portsmouth Road
Glyn A. Barker
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Rob C. Perrins
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Richard J. Stearn
Group Finance Director, Executive Director
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British homebuilder Berkeley Group said its chairman and co-founder, Tony Pidgley, died suddenly on Friday, and deputy chairman Glyn Barker will take up the role on an interim basis.
British housebuilder Berkeley Group Holdings <BKGH.L> has stuck by its commitment to return 280 million pounds to shareholders annually and said it would make its next payment in September even as it reported a 35% fall in annual profit.
British housebuilder Berkeley Group Holdings Plc reported a 35% fall in annual profit on Wednesday as it sold fewer homes in a market that was suffering even before the coronavirus crisis.
British housebuilder Berkeley Group <BKGH.L> said it would delay its plan to increase shareholder returns until there was more clarity on the operational impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the UK economy.
British housebuilder Berkeley Group said on Thursday it would delay its plan to increase shareholder returns until there was more clarity on the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the UK economy.
Housebuilder Berkeley <BKGH.L> plans to more than double investor returns to 1 billion pounds ($1.3 billion) over the next two years while ramping up output, signalling increased confidence in the UK market and lifting its shares more than 5%.
Berkeley Group's <BKGH.L> first-half pretax profit fell 25.7 percent, the British house-builder said on Friday, while warning about an uncertain short-term outlook as people put off house purchases ahead of Britain's exit from the European Union.
Berkeley Group's first-half pretax profit fell 25.7 percent, the British house-builder said on Friday, as people put off house purchases amid increasing uncertainty ahead of the country's exit from the European Union.
Berkeley Group Holdings <BKGH.L> said on Wednesday Britain's housing market lacked urgency and was constrained by high transaction costs, limits on mortgage borrowing and uncertainty over next year's planned exit from the European Union.
* YEAR ENDING 30 APRIL 2018 RESULTS IMPACTED MATERIALLY BUT GROUP ON TRACK FOR FY19
* . 2,117 HOMES DELIVERED - INCLUDES MORE THAN 10% OF LONDON'S NEW PRIVATE AND AFFORDABLE HOMES
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