"There were many things that initially attracted me to the company. The position itself was something I'd been working towards and was keen to progress to. The quality product that we design and build at Linden Homes was something I was interested in working on and has given me a new challenge."Learn more
Linden Homes is the housebuilding division of Galliford Try, 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 Queensferry Bridge in Scotland.
By joining us you're joining a developer who builds award-winning homes in prime locations, striving to create sustainable new developments. We work with local people to create communities and we're passionate about building the right homes for our customers. As a responsible developer we are focused on providing new opportunities, support for charity projects, engaging with local action groups and delivering necessary skills.
We also offer a successful Management Trainee programme, watch this video to find out more
To find out more read our guide to becoming a Management Traineeclick here
We are fully committed to addressing the skills shortage in our industry, as highlighted by the management trainee scheme, but alongside this we are also actively encouraging more women into our sector. There is a vast amount of career opportunities in the housebuilding industry and we are pleased to take pride in ensuring we employ the right person and skillsets for the job. Our ongoing support of Women in Property, which aims to encourage young women as they take their first step towards a career in the sector, is testament to the pride we take in encouraging young talent to join our thriving workforce.
To find out more about our support of Women in Propertyclick here
Over 90% of our waste is recycled or converted into energy.
Every piece of timber in your house is sustainably sourced timber. This means that new trees are planted to replace those cut down.