The value we place on our team is central to what we do, and we are dedicated to running a company that ensures safe working conditions and encourages talented people to develop and grow.More details
The protection of the environment and climate change are among the greatest challenges we face. We recognise that we have a key part to play through minimising the impact our business has on the environment.More details
It is vital we engage with local communities to ensure our developments meet the needs of local people. Community engagement is integral to the journey, from planning right through until site completion.More details
At the heart of Linden Homes' mission to deliver quality new homes is a fixed determination for our developments to leave a lasting legacy to nourish communities, people and the environment.
This ambition to see beyond the balance-sheet inspired the creation of the Linden Homes Foundation, a nationwide initiative to unite our efforts across the country into a strong and principled pledge to bring real, tangible benefits to the cities, towns and villages where we build.
The results shine around the country, and range from refurbishing a cherished war memorial and raising thousands of pounds for charities, to putting green technology at the heart of schemes and planting the seeds for a community garden where children play and friendships are forged.
Our philosophy means actively joining in with communities and listening in earnest to them so that the homes we build blend sensitively into neighbourhoods while also, with the Foundation's time and money, bringing together neighbours, local groups and families.
More than just words, our actions ensure local workers are purposely recruited to inject an economic boost to areas as well as new homes, bringing new skills, employment and opportunities. And, on top of all of that we remain committed to reducing the impact our work has on the local environment in which we work.
Through the Linden Foundation, our promise starts at each development before the architect even picks up a pen - and continues to be enjoyed long after the last family moves in.
All waste plasterboard is recycled and used in the manufacture of new plasterboard products.
Every piece of timber in your house is sustainably sourced timber. This means that new trees are planted to replace those cut down.