Top 25 House Builders 2009
The Top 25 house builders league table ranks the UK's 25 biggest house builders by turnover and profit. The table is compiled every September.
|Rank by||Company Name||Turnover||Pre-tax Profit|
|10||3||McCarthy & Stone||457||114.4|
Notes: Bloor: The figures are taken from the group accounts, as Bloor also produces motor cycles. The figure for highest paid director is for the group. Cala/Countryside: The latest figures for both firms were not available as to meet the Top 100 deadline, but they are expected shortly. Galliford Try: The figures are taken from the group accounts. Figures for average wage and highest paid director are for the group. Gladedale: Has been removed from the listing as it has not filed accounts at Companies House since its 2000 figures. The 2007 figures were provided by the company and accepted. It is understood that following restructuring the company is due to file accounts for both 2007 and 2008 shortly. Kier: The figures are taken from the group accounts. Figures for average wage and highest paid director are for the group. McInerney: Figures taken from the Irish-based firms published accounts and most are for UK housing only. The profit figure is for UK operating profit and takes no account of the exceptional costs of 159,551 Euros. The average wage figure is for the group. Exchange rates used for conversion are those at the end of the accounting year (2008: 1.0503, 2007: 1.3588). Miller: Figures taken from group accounts. Turnover is for housing only, profit is before interest for housing operation only. All other figures are for the group. Stewart Milne: The figures are for the group, which undertakes general construction and manufacture of timber frame units. Exceptional items: During the year significant write downs impacted heavily on house builders. These were mainly taken as a result of reviewing the net realisable value of land. The more notable exceptional items are: Taylor Wimpey: £1012.8 million; Persimmon: £911.1 million; Crest Nicholson: £406.9 million; Barratt: £255.0 million; Redrow: £233.4 million; Bovis Homes: £93.1 million; CrosbyHomes: £80.4 million; Bloor: £64.8 million; Fairview: £23.0 million; Galliford Try: £11.5 million.