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Taylor Wimpey appoints Robert Noel as independent non-executive director
Taylor Wimpey Says Irene Dorner To Succeed Kevin Beeston As Chair
St. James's Place Discloses 3.2 Pct Stake In Taylor Wimpey As Of June 5
Taylor Wimpey plc is a residential developer. The Company operates at a local level from 24 regional businesses across the United Kingdom, and it has operations in Spain. Its segments include Housing United Kingdom and Housing Spain. The Housing United Kingdom segment includes North, Central and South West, and London and South East (including Central London) divisions. The North division covers its East and West Scotland, North East, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire, North West, Manchester, North Midlands, Midlands and West Midlands regional businesses. The Central and South West Division covers its East Midlands, South Midlands, East Anglia, Oxfordshire, South Wales, Bristol, Southern Counties and Exeter regional businesses. The London and South East Division includes Central London and covers its East London, North Thames, South East, South Thames and West London regional businesses. It builds homes in various locations of Costa Blanca, Costa del Sol and the island of Mallorca.
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Kevin Stanley Beeston
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Peter Timothy Redfern
Chief Executive, Executive Director
Group Finance Director, Executive Director
Divisional Chairman, Central and South West
Divisional Chairman, North
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Britain's third-largest homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Plc <TW.L> on Wednesday forecast a fall in full-year margins and reported a small drop in first-half pretax profit, as it was hit by higher costs.
Britain's third-largest homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Plc reported lower first-half pretax profit on Wednesday, hit by higher costs, but said demand for homes was strong.
* Carpetright sky-rockets on upbeat Q4 (Adds news item, updates to closing prices)
Britain's third-largest homebuilder Taylor Wimpey warned on Thursday the rising cost of building materials would weigh on profit margins this year, hitting shares across the sector.
British shares were in the red on Thursday as Sainsbury's shares soured after the company scrapped its proposed takeover of Walmart's Asda while Taylor Wimpey's warning on margins whacked housebuilders across the board.
Britain's third-largest homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Plc on Thursday said it expects to sell slightly more homes this year than last year, but warned that margins would be a tad lower.
Britain's third-largest homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Plc said on Wednesday that demand for its homes remained strong at the start of the year, while reporting a higher full-year pretax profit.
Britain's third-largest homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Plc reported a higher full-year pretax profit, selling more homes despite a market dampened by uncertainty in the run up to Britain's looming exit from the European Union.
* Taylor Wimpey on track for best day since July 2016, sees solid 2019 sales
Britain's third-largest builder Taylor Wimpey <TW.L> said the indicators for 2019 sales were solid after guiding it would report 2018 results in line with expectations following a 3 percent increase in the number of homes it built.
Britain's third-largest builder, Taylor Wimpey PLC <TW.L> said on Tuesday the outlook for the UK housing market was stable and kept its full-year outlook unchanged.
Taylor Wimpey Plc <TW.L>, Britain's third-largest builder, said on Tuesday it aimed to build out its landbank quicker to boost efficiency, and raised its annual ordinary dividend from 2019.
Taylor Wimpey Plc, Britain's third-largest builder, said on Tuesday it aimed to build out its landbank quicker to boost efficiency, and raised its annual ordinary dividend from 2019.
Britain's third-largest builder Taylor Wimpey said it had seen a good start to 2018 after posting a 11 percent rise in full-year profit as selling prices continued to rise for its properties.
* 2017 WAS ANOTHER STRONG YEAR FOR TAYLOR WIMPEY AND WE ENTER 2018 IN A GOOD POSITION WITH POSITIVE FORWARD MOMENTUM.
Britain's third-largest builder Taylor Wimpey <TW.L> said its results in 2017 will be in line with expectations after it built more homes, and it anticipates further growth this year.
Shares in British housebuilders tumbled on Wednesday after the government said it would reclaim land that was not developed quickly enough, potentially hitting future profits.
* "taylor wimpey has performed strongly during second half of 2017, delivering excellent sales rates and making further good progress against our operational targets.
* Target total of £1.3 billion of dividends to be paid in cash to shareholders over period
* Expect to deliver full year profitability at upper end of market consensus
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