Gloucestershire developer 'inspires Britain'
By Matt Hall | 1st August 2019
Gloucester-based developer, Newland Homes has been named as one of the top '1000 Companies to Inspire Britain' by the London Stock Exchange Group.
The initiative is designed to recognise the fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) in the country.
Companies selected represent over 40 sectors and span every region of the UK. To be selected, businesses had to demonstrate positive revenue growth over the last three years and outperform their industry peers.
Newland Homes was established in the county in 1991 and has grown from strength to strength across the South West, having been responsible for more than 200 developments and more than 2,500 completed homes to date.
Jeremy Drew, director at Newland Homes said: "We have carved out an enviable reputation within the housebuilding industry as a company that is trustworthy, reliable and above all delivers the very best in modern day living.
"We've remained true to our core ethos, which is to build homes that people are delighted to live in."
Newland Homes currently has five developments underway in the county:
• Newark Meadows in the village of Hempsted
• Willow Green in the historical Cotswold village of Willersey
• Twyning Green in the riverside village of Twyning, near Tewkesbury
• New Town Park in Toddington
• Rectory Gardens in the village of Maisemore
David Schwimmer, CEO, London Stock Exchange Group, said: "Congratulations to all the companies selected for inclusion in the sixth edition of London Stock Exchange Group's 1000 Companies to inspire Britain report, which identifies the UK's most dynamic SMEs.
"SMEs drive growth, innovation and job creation and are the lifeblood of the British economy. We believe that supporting the growth of these businesses is critical to the UK economy and the creation of a society that works for everyone."
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