Persimmon

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Housebuilder Persimmon has reported an 8 per cent increase in forward sales revenue to date this year with the average selling price up 5.8 per cent to circa £220,000. Reporting current trading, financial performance and the outlook for the current financial year ahead of its annual general meeting

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John Cassie The Scottish regional chairman of UK housebuilder Persimmon says his business is ready to deliver more new homes for Scotland in 2016 on the back of a very busy 2015.

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Plans have been submitted for the expansion of Cupar, which will deliver 1,480 new homes and more than 700 jobs to the town. The Cupar North Consortium, comprising Persimmon Homes North Scotland, Headon Developments and Vico Properties, has submitted an application for planning permission in princip

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Housebuilder Persimmon has continued it positive momentum with a 12 per cent growth in revenues during the first six months of the year to reach £1.34 billion. In a trading update covering the period from July 1 to November 3, 2015, the company said customer activity strengthened in line with the t

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Nicholas Wrigley Persimmon has hailed the first six months of 2015 as a “period of solid sustainable growth” as profits for the housebuilder increased by 31 per cent.

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Housebuilder Persimmon expects its revenue in the first half of 2015 to be up around 12 per cent to £1.34 billion (2014: £1.20bn) compared to the same period in 2014, it said in a trading update today. The firm attributed the boost to higher selling prices and higher volumes of new home sales, aid

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Persimmon Homes East Scotland has started work on a 20 acre housing development in South Gyle, Edinburgh and is poised to begin a £17.6 million housing development in Larbert. In Edinburgh, Persimmon has started building 204 properties at its £24 million development named Station Mews at the histo

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Families have been stopped from moving into their new homes at a multi-million pound development in the Borders after traces of deadly gas were detected. STV has reported that work was halted at Easter Langlee in Galashiels, Selkirkshire, after scientists found both methane and carbon dioxide in bor

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The Cupar North Consortium’s master plan for the northern expansion of Cupar is progressing with site investigation work across the entire landholding. The developers, comprising Persimmon Homes, Headon Developments and VICO Properties, have now commenced with a comprehensive 3 week site investiga

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