Barratt Developments

We have been building homes for more than 50 years. In that time we have grown to become one of the nation’s largest housebuilders with more than 6,000 direct employees and 27 divisions throughout Britain.

Our vision is to lead the future of housebuilding by putting customers at the heart of everything we do.

We build developments nationwide, from Aberdeen to Plymouth, helping to meet housing demand in towns, cities and rural areas. We provide high quality, value for money homes for all market sectors, plus homes for rent and shared ownership, and are leaders in brownfield development and urban regeneration.

We operate under two strong national brands for house building – Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes. We also have strong regional brands – Ward Homes - operating in Kent and the South East and Barratt London.

Our commercial property development business, Wilson Bowden Developments, is focused on retail, leisure, office, industrial and mixed-use schemes.

Type
Public
HQ
Coalville, GB
Founded
1958
Size (employees)
6,209 (est)+4%
Barratt Developments was founded in 1958 and is headquartered in Coalville, GB

Barratt Developments Office Locations

Barratt Developments has offices in Coalville and London
Coalville, GB (HQ)
The Courtyard Whitwick Business Park Stenson Rd
London, GB
14 Market Pl

Barratt Developments Data and Metrics

Barratt Developments Financial Metrics

Barratt Developments's revenue was reported to be £4.2 b in FY, 2016 which is a 13% increase from the previous period.
GBP

Revenue (FY, 2016)

4.2 b

Revenue growth (FY, 2015 - FY, 2016), %

13%

Gross profit (FY, 2016)

800.4 m

Gross profit margin (FY, 2016), %

19%

Net income (FY, 2016)

550.3 m

Market capitalization (24-Jul-2017)

6.1 b

Closing share price (24-Jul-2017)

6.1

Cash (30-Jun-2016)

758 m
Barratt Developments's current market capitalization is £6.1 b.
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Revenue

2.6 b3.2 b3.8 b4.2 b

Revenue growth, %

21%19%13%

Cost of goods sold

2.2 b2.6 b3 b3.4 b

Gross profit

359.2 m529.4 m714.3 m800.4 m

Gross profit Margin, %

14%17%19%19%

Pre tax profit

390.6 m565.5 m682.3 m

Net Income

305.4 m450.3 m550.3 m
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Cash

274.7 m360.4 m758 m

Accounts Receivable

86.5 m123.8 m110.6 m

Current Assets

3.9 b4.7 b5.2 b

PP&E

356.2 m315.9 m290.8 m

Goodwill

892.2 m892.2 m892.2 m

Total Assets

5.1 b5.9 b6.4 b

Accounts Payable

243.4 m392.5 m393.8 m

Current Liabilities

1.2 b1.4 b1.6 b

Total Liabilities

1.8 b2.2 b2.4 b

Retained Earnings

249.5 m332.6 m287.1 m

Total Equity

3.3 b3.7 b4 b

Financial Leverage

1.5 x1.6 x1.6 x
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Cash From Operating Activities

242.3 m184 m652.9 m

Cash From Financing Activities

(225.8 m)(140.5 m)(268 m)

Income Taxes Paid

(85.2 m)(115.2 m)(132 m)
Y, 2016

Financial Leverage

1.6 x

Barratt Developments Operating Metrics

H1, 2014FY, 2014H1, 2015FY, 2015H1, 2016FY, 2016H1, 2017

Homes Legally Completed

6.2 k14.84 k6.97 k16.45 k7.63 k17.32 k7.18 k

Owned And Controlled Land Bank Plots

66.57 k70.52 k71.35 k

Housebuilding divisions

272727

Strategic Land (acres)

10.9 k11.1 k11.7 k

Joint Venture Owned and Controlled Land Bank (plots)

7.16 k6.33 k5.31 k

Land bank Carrying Value

£2.35 b£2.83 b£2.88 b

Average Active Sites

364380365

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    Barratt Developments News and Updates

    The FTSE 100 is stuttering despite a great day for Lloyds

    Britain's benchmark share index, the FTSE 100, is pulling higher on Wednesday morning boosted by strong performances from banking giant Lloyds, and property developer Barratt. The FTSE is up around 0.06% as of 11.10 a.m. GMT (6.10 a.m. ET) having been as much as 0.4% higher …

    Britain's biggest home builder's results summed up why London property prices are going to stay high

    Data from Barratt Developments, Britain's biggest house builder, summed up exactly why property prices in London are going to stay high — properties are not being built fast enough. Britain, especially London, is suffering from a housing crisis where not enough homes are bei…

    Maybe May and sterling fall can't stop FTSE set for second week of records

    The FTSE 100 looked set to round out a second week of record gains at lunchtime on Friday, as sterling performance wobbled in volatile trading. Sterling rose as high as $1.2233, but cable has since retreated to trade almost flat at the time of publication. Performance against the euro has fallen …

    Barratt Developments says demand for new homes 'strong'

    One of the UK's biggest housebuilders says there remains "strong demand" for new homes, although the London market is cooling.

    Housebuilder share prices drop, following the FTSE 100's slide

    The share prices of housebuilders have fallen in morning trading, following the FTSE 100, which has edged downwards. Barratt Developments' share price was down 0.81 per cent, Taylor Wimpey's share price was down 0.61 per cent and Berkeley Group's share price was down 0.42 per cent. After a pos…

    Shares in UK's biggest house builder are crashing — and it's not clear why

    Shares in Barratt Developments, the UK's biggest listed house builder, are crashing on Thursday, shedding more than 7% of their value in early trade.  There does not appear to be any major catalyst for the share move, with the company having already reported their latest res…
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