Redrow has achieved an 88.9% customer referral rating score in the year 2015/16 and an overall four star rating, as revealed in the latest national new home customer satisfaction survey from the Home Builders Federation.
Matt Grayson, spokesperson for Redrow, said: “Along with the rest of the house building industry, we’re currently engaging with Government on leasehold and new build houses, as part of its Housing White Paper, which was issued in early February 2017. That consultation is ongoing and we’re playing an active role in the discussions.
Leading housebuilder Redrow’s latest research (Overcoming aversion to apprenticeships) surveys 2,000 parents and school age children and 147 of their own apprentices, throwing into sharp relief a lack of adequate advice on construction careers and apprenticeships in schools. Misperceptions of the range of careers available and what these entail is also rife.
Living in a community continues to be of great importance to people in the UK. Redrow’s latest research report Creating Britain’s new communities finds 87% of people across villages, towns and cities think living in a community is important. However only 25% currently feel they are living in one, and 9% cannot name their neighbours.