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Telford Homes Plc is a residential developer operating across London. The Company is engaged in planning, designing and building developments on brownfield sites in London. The Company operates through the segment of housebuilding in the United Kingdom. The Company builds apartments, houses, schools, churches and commercial buildings as part of residential led mixed use developments. Its developments include CITY NORTH N4; THE LIBERTY BUILDING E14; THE PAVILIONS N1; BERMONDSEY WORKS SE16; VIBE E8; STRATOSPHERE E15; HACKNEY SQUARE E9; HORIZONS E14; MANHATTAN PLAZA E14; STRATFORD PLAZA E15, and TOWN APARTMENTS NW5, among others. The Company, through its subsidiaries, is engaged in property development. Its subsidiaries include Telford Homes (Creekside) Limited, Island Gardens Limited, Telford Homes Regeneration Developments Holdings Limited, Telford Homes Balfron Towers Limited, Telford Homes City North Limited, Telford Homes Chrisp Street Limited and Chrisp Street Developments Limited.
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Britannia Road, Queens Gate
Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Group Finance Director, Executive Director
John Anthony Fitzgerald
Group Managing Director, Executive Director
David Myles Campbell
Group Sales and Marketing Director, Executive Director
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Property firms are turning to Britain's budding build-to-rent sector, which caters to students and city dwellers seeking affordable accommodation, as traditional home building and selling falters on weak consumer confidence.
U.S. real estate firm CBRE Group Inc <CBRE.N> said it would buy British property developer Telford Homes Plc <TELF.L> for about 267 million pounds ($336 million) in a bid to expand into Britain's apartment rental market.
Britain's main index hit a 10-month high on Wednesday as comments from the Bank of England raised hopes of an interest rate cut and hurt the pound, while AIM-listed Telford Homes surged after a buyout offer.
U.S.-real estate firm CBRE Group Inc said on Wednesday it will acquire British residential property developer Telford Homes Plc for about 267.4 million pounds ($336.15 million).
Telford Homes Plc profits dropped nearly 13% last year as it sought to navigate a Brexit-dampened London housing market with an increased focus on low-risk build to rent properties, annual results showed on Wednesday.
Telford Homes Plc on Wednesday posted record annual revenue as an increased focus on build to rent contracts helped it navigate a tough housing market in London that has squeezed margins and hit profit.
Telford Homes Plc cut its full-year profit forecast by at least 10 million pounds on Thursday, sending the homebuilder's shares down as much as 13 percent.
Telford Homes <TELF.L> shares fell more than 15 percent on Wednesday, after the London-focused homebuilder warned of lower demand especially for luxury homes, as the UK's exit from the European union approaches.
* existing pipeline of over 4,000 new homes to be delivered across London
* Selected as preferred partner for 236 new homes in south kilburn, nw6
Property website Zoopla posted a 38 percent rise in full-year profit on Wednesday and builder Telford Homes said its sales had increased despite the uncertainty following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
British housebuilder Telford Homes, which operates in or around London, said it was not changing its growth targets as a result of the Brexit vote and that sales had been robust in recent weeks.
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