Mathew Anwyl, housing director at Anwyl Homes
Mathew Anwyl, housing director at Anwyl Homes

Housebuilder Anwyl Homes achieves record £53m turnover

Housebuilding company Anwyl Homes achieved a record turnover in the year to June 2017.

The firm reported sales of £53m for the period, up 65% against last year’s figure.

The number of properties built and sold over the year hit 240, covering developments in North Wales, Cheshire and the wider North West.

In the last 12 months, Anwyl Homes hired an additional 20 members of staff and launched a dedicated Lancashire division.

Elsewhere, the company said it has seen a strong start to the current financial year, with over 100 homes handed to customers during Q1 (July to September).

The Flintshire-headquartered construction and development group is now forecasting turnover to pass the £100m mark, as it aims to build 340 homes in the year to June 2018.

Within the next three years, Anwyl’s aim is to be building over 750 new homes annually.

Recent land acquisitions made by the company, to the tune of £160m, could help facilitate its growth plans.

Mathew Anwyl, housing director at Anwyl Homes, said: “Recent success is a culmination of the hard work that has been done by the team as a whole to grow the business over the last few years.

“We are now in a great position to achieve our longer term aims which include delivering 400 homes out of our Ewloe office and 350 homes out of our Lancashire office annually in the next three to five years.”

He continued: “The supply of good quality land in areas where people genuinely want to live will be vital in meeting these goals and we have made several new land acquisitions in new geographical areas, such as Lancashire and Shropshire, while extending our landbank in Cheshire and North Wales.

“Our new Lancashire division will be on site in January 2018 and is set to make a strong contribution to this year’s financial target.”

Anwyl Homes is part of family-run Anwyl Group, alongside Anwyl Construction and Anwyl Land.

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