National Express chief executive Dean Finch has been appointed as the successor of David Jenkinson as group chief executive at Persimmon. Current CEO Mr Jenkinson gave early notice of his intention to step down in February, following just 15 months in the role.
Persimmon Homes North Scotland has successfully secured the land for a £9.3 million new development in at the 4.79-acre Kingspark School site in Dundee. The developer will build 62 new homes at the site.
The chief executive of Persimmon has given early notice of his intention to step down as the housebuilder reported profits exceeding £1 billion for a second consecutive year. Dave Jenkinson, who took up the post just 15 months ago, said he was "pleased with the headway we have made in 2019 and
Persimmon’s shift in focus towards improving build quality and customer care will result in a fall in revenues though profits will be in line with expectations, the housebuilder said today. In a trading update ahead of its final results for the year ended 31 December 2019, which will be releas
Plans for a new £70 million housing and industrial park in Carnoustie have moved forward with the submission of an application to Angus Council. Commercial manager Gavin Watson (left) and David Laing, chairman of DJ Laing Group, at the Pitskelly site
West Lothian Council has agreed to sell a 0.72-acre piece of land in Blackridge for £150,000. The site at Allison Gardens will be acquired by Southvale Homes (Lanark) Limited, an adjoining landowner who approached the council to buy the land.
Persimmon has highlighted the progress of its drive to improve quality and customer care which has seen extra £140 million spent on work in progress during the first half of this year. The “substantial additional investment”, which follows criticism of construction standards by new