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Vistry Group PLC

Vistry Group PLC

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Consumer GoodsHousehold Goods
  • Price (EUR)6.19
  • Today's Change0.29 / 4.92%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change-46.52%
  • Beta2.0042
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About the company

Vistry Group Plc, formerly Bovis Homes Group PLC, is a United Kingdom-based company, which is engaged in designing, building and sale of houses for both private customers and Registered Social Landlords. The Company offers a portfolio of properties, including one bedroom apartments, two bedroom apartments, five bedroom apartments and six bedroom detached family homes. The Company carries out and manages a range of housing development activities, including purchasing of the land, building of the houses and the after-care service for its customers. The Company focuses on various activities, which include land acquisition, planning, legal, design, surveying, engineering, purchasing, construction, sales and marketing, public relations and customer service. The Company works in partnership with house builders, local authorities, housing associations and other agencies.

  • Revenue in GBP (TTM)1.26bn
  • Net income in GBP67.97m
  • Incorporated1935
  • Employees1.34k
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