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Wherever possible we source our bricks from the UK.
Renowned for our award-winning homes and a reputation for quality, we are industry experts in delivering distinctive and diverse new homes in prime locations throughout the UK. We strive to create sustainable new developments that inspire modern living and set new benchmarks in design.
From waterfront apartments such as Building Awards winner St Michael's Reach in Marazion to landmark regeneration projects such as Blue Ribbon Award winner Kingston Mills in Bradford-on Avon, our use of industry renowned architects means we create homes that are built to complement their surroundings without compromising on a unique attention to detail.
We're not just passionate about building great looking homes, we're also dedicated to building the right homes for our customers delivered with exceptional service, while also contributing at the heart of local communities. Our team are focused on providing new opportunities, support for charity projects, engaging with local actions groups, delivering necessary skills, and working to deliver sustainable innovations.
Galliford Try is the name behind Linden Homes, and is one of the UK's leading housebuilding and construction companies, responsible for high-profile projects such as the All England Lawn Tennis Club roof at Wimbledon, the 2012 Olympic Village and the new Queensferry Bridge in Scotland.
As a business we pride ourselves on our values of excellence, passion, collaboration and integrity - demonstrating strong ethical standards with openness and honesty. These values have laid the foundation for our success and enabled us to earn a reputation as a leader in our field.
To continue in this way, it is important for us to do what we say we will do as we go about our work, and our Code of Conduct "Doing the right thing" outlines what we value, what that means and how we behave. It outlines our responsibilities as a business and individuals to ourselves and our colleagues, our customers, our partners, the community, the environment and our supply chain, serving as a reference point for how we approach potentially contentious matters.
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