Developer Exceeds Its New Homes Completions Target For Past 12 Months

Developer Linden Homes has exceeded its target for the number of new homes completions in the last 12 months.

The company – which has just met its business year-end – is celebrating beating its completions target by 15 per cent.

Linden Homes Midlands sales director Chris Roads said: “We are of course delighted with this year end achievement, which has been built on the extremely successful start we had to 2014.

“This success is due to the whole of the Linden Homes team helping to make this fantastic result possible, and of course to the many customers who continue to put their confidence in us and our properties.”

The company starts its 2014/15 business year with a number of planning approvals ready to begin work at new developments in Lincolnshire and Leicestershire, as well as applications pending for three sites in Northamptonshire.

In the last two months, new developments have been launched in Stamford (Lincs), Huntingdon (Cambs) and Sapcote (Leic) – where a number of new homes at each have been reserved from plan.

New site acquisitions at Bedford, Dunstable, Navenby and Melbourne will help with further expansion of the region.

In addition, figures from the NHBC (National House Building Council) reveal that 91.8 per cent of Linden Homes Midlands customers would refer the company to a friend – which puts the Peterborough-based developer just above the national percentage of 90 and into the 5 star status.

An excellent year for Linden Homes Midlands – which has exceeded its target of completions for the past 12 months. Pictured; sales director Chris Roads and a typical Linden Homes street scene.
An excellent year for Linden Homes Midlands –
which has exceeded its target of completions for the past
12 months. Pictured; sales director Chris Roads
and a typical Linden Homes street scene..

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02 July 2014

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