Dandara secures five-star rating for fourth year

Dandara secures five-star rating for fourth year

Trevor Dempsey

Independent housebuilder Dandara has been awarded five stars in the latest Home Builders Federation (HBF) annual New Homes Survey for a fourth consecutive year.

The HBF New Homes Survey is one of the largest of its type in the UK, with responses from nearly 50,000 new-build homebuyers. It awards housebuilders with a star rating based on responses to the questions, including how satisfied buyers are with their new properties, the service received during the sales process and if they would recommend the builder to a friend.

For Dandara to have been awarded the maximum five stars means that over 90% of its customers would recommend their homes to a friend.

Stewart Baseley, executive chairman of the Home of Federation, commented: “To have 90% of consumers recommending you is a fantastic achievement and demonstrates the industry’s overwhelming commitment to delivering high levels of customer service.

“Despite hundreds of thousands of homes being built each year, this year’s survey shows the vast majority of customers are happy with their purchase and the service provided by their builder.

“Homebuilders remain focused on driving improvements in this area and the creation of an independent New Homes Ombudsman and a more robust Consumer Code will support this drive and should lead to even higher levels of customer satisfaction moving forward.”

Trevor Dempsey, CEO of Dandara, said: “To achieve five stars again this year is a fantastic success for Dandara, and testament to our customer experience, build product and quality of homes across the country.

“After our continued growth as a company, it is great to see that our customers are recognising our hard work and love for creating new homes, and there’s nothing better than hearing so many of our customers would recommend their home to a friend. We have big plans for the year ahead and we look forward to building and selling five-star quality homes across the UK.”

Share icon
Share this article: