Latest Annual Report and Financial Statements published

Longhurst Group is pleased to have published its Annual Report and Financial statements for 2020/21.

Despite the significant and unprecedented challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Group has reported another strong set of results, achieving a surplus of £8.48million and an overall operating margin of 24.8 percent.

While progress on many of our development schemes was disrupted by events of the last year, we invested £71million in our development programme to complete a total of 340 new homes and start work on a further 549 during the year.

Our performance over the last 12 months means that the Group remains on course to achieve its target of building a further 3,750 homes across a range of tenures over the next five years.

As well as the key financial statistics and data that underpinned this performance, the latest report also features stories from across the communities we serve, highlighting how we’ve continued to realise our vision to improve lives.

It also details how our Community Investment programme has been central to our response to the pandemic, having committed £1.2million worth of funding to our communities and supported more than 3,600 customers to improve their health, wellbeing or economic resilience over the last 12 months.


“Whilst we’re expecting that Coronavirus will continue to impact some parts of our business during the year ahead, we’re looking to the future with confidence and aiming to build on this strong performance, enabling to do even more for our customers and communities.”

Rob Griffiths, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Financial Officer

Welcoming the latest set of results, the Group’s Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Financial Officer, Rob Griffiths said: “The past year has undoubtedly presented a number of different financial challenges that we wouldn’t have envisaged less than 18 months ago.

“Against that backdrop, we’re very pleased to report another strong set of results for 2020/21, with performance in many areas in line, and in some cases better than budget.

“This report is testament to the fact that we remain financially strong and that, despite the challenges of the last 12 months, we haven’t stood still and have continued to invest in our existing homes and the provision of much-needed new affordable homes.

“Whilst we’re expecting that Coronavirus will continue to impact some parts of our business during the year ahead, we’re looking to the future with confidence and aiming to build on this strong performance, enabling us to do even more for our customers and communities.”


    
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