Top 25 Housebuilders - Ranked by Housing Turnover (£000's)

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Pos. 2013 Pos. 2012 Companies Total turnover Year end Contracting Housing Property Services Other
Pos. 2013 Pos. 2012 Companies Total turnover Year end Contracting Housing Property Services Other
1 1 Barratt 2,323,400 Jun-12   2,286,800 36,600    
2 2 Taylor Wimpey 2,019,000 Dec-12   2,019,000      
3 3 Persimmon 1,721,400 Dec-12   1,721,400      
4 4 Berkeley Group 1,372,600 Apr-13   1,372,600      
5 5 Bellway 1,004,227 Jul-12   1,004,227      
6 7 Galliford Try 1,504,100 Jun-12 915,400 573,900     13,800
7 6 Redrow Group 478,900 Jun-12   478,900      
8 8 Bovis Homes 425,533 Dec-12   425,533      
9 10 Crest Nicholson Holdings 408,000 Oct-12   408,000      
10 11 Bloor Holdings 726,852 Jun-12   373,071     353,781
11 13 Countryside Properties 295,252 Sep-12   295,252      
12 15 McCarthy & Stone 289,200 Aug-12   289,200      
13 9 Gladedale Group 280,309 Dec-11   280,309      
14 12 Miller 619,900 Dec-12 259,400 265,700 60,600   34,200
15 16 Cala 253,730 Jun-12   253,730      
16 17 Kier 3,435,600 Jun-12 1,383,500 240,800   1,811,300  
17 14 Galliard Holdings 205,278 Mar-12   205,278      
18 20 Fairview Holdings Ltd 205,128 Dec-12   205,128      
19 18 Stewart Milne* 268,116 Jul-12 59,230 170,535 17,054   21,297
20 NA Keepmoat 676,077 Mar-12 517,370 158,707      
21 19 Morris Group 150,363 Mar-12 150,363      
22 22 Telford Homes 142,408 Mar-13 142,408
23 NA Mount Anvil Ltd 108,237 Dec-12 108,237      
24 23 Croudace 107,852 Dec-12 107,852      
25 25 Banner Homes 104,572 May-12 104,572      

** Net interest, goodwill, exceptional items etc.

Note: what is a housebuilder?
In the traditional sense, a housebuilder is a property developer who funds and builds houses for sale, not necessarily a builder who builds houses. The latter are active in social housing, mainly as contractors building flats etc. for housing associations. Over time, developers have become more active in social housing, while some contractors also have development arms. This results in a blurring of the line between developers, such as Persimmon, and builders/contractors, such as Wilmott Dixon. The above tables refer as far as is possible to developer only builders.