Crest Nicholson is a leading residential developer operating in the Southern half of England with an emphasis on creating well designed homes in sustainable communities. The Group has a wide product range, varying from homes for first time buyers through to large family homes, and includes a mixture of houses, apartments and supporting commercial premises as part of its larger developments.
The Group, which was established over 50 years ago in 1963, has a history of 39 years on the Official List and trading on the London Stock Exchange’s main market between 1968 and 2007. The Group re-listed on the London Stock Exchange in 2013.
The Group currently operates through five regional housebuilding divisions, a Major Projects division which specialises in larger scale partnerships with public and private vendors and a Strategic Projects division which focuses on sourcing, promoting and delivering large-scale land sites which do not have planning consents.
|24 January 2018||Preliminary Announcement of Results for year ending 31st October 2017|
|w/c 12 February 2018||Publication of 2016/2017 Annual Report|
|16 March 2018||Final Dividend Record Date|
|22 March 2018||Annual General Meeting|
|06 April 2018||Final Dividend Payment Date|
This is our fourth annual integrated report, focusing on the wider impacts of our business and the resources we depend on. It describes our financial and non-financial performance and the ways in which we interact with people and the environment to sustain value and control risks.
We believe that an integrated sustainability strategy can be harnessed to drive innovation as well as yield economic and reputational success.
Crest Nicholson Holdings plc (the “Company”) holds its 2018 Annual General Meeting today at Brooklands Hotel, Weybridge, Surrey starting at 10.30 a.m., where the Group’s Chairman, William Rucker, will provide the following statement:
The Board of Crest Nicholson is pleased to announce changes to the Board.
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