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Welcome to Taylor Wimpey plc corporate website

Taylor Wimpey is a customer-focused residential developer, operating at a local level from 24 regional businesses across the UK. We also have a small operation in Spain. 

We are committed to becoming a genuinely customer-centric homebuilder which focuses on the needs and aspirations of its customers and adds social, economic and environmental value to the wider communities in which it operates.


Latest news

  • Full year results 2019

    Full year results 2019 - We are pleased to release our full year results for the period ended 31 December 2019. For more information please click on the above link.

  • Trading statement

    14 January 2020 - We are pleased to release our latest trading statement this morning. To access the full announcement please click on the link above.

Click here to access all our recent and archived announcements

Useful links

Warning – Fraudulent email orders

We have been notified that a number of fraudulent orders and invitations to quote are being placed with various companies and firms, purporting to emanate from Taylor Wimpey plc or Taylor Wimpey UK Limited, and often ending in a “” or similar address. The emails are being sent with or without attachments such as a brochure, corporate history, or letterhead, from a senior executive of one or other company. This fraudulent activity has been reported to the relevant authorities.

No Taylor Wimpey company places orders or invites quotations in this way and anyone receiving such an email should please ignore it unless they are already in regular communication with the company regarding a previously discussed arrangement.

For further advice on how to avoid scams or fraud please read our advice here.

Warning – Boiler room scams

It has been brought to our attention that Taylor Wimpey shareholders are again being targeted by ‘specialist brokers’ using the offer of unrealistic prices for Taylor Wimpey shares to attract interest and high pressure sales techniques offering opportunities which often turn out to be worthless or high risk investments.

This practice is commonly known as a ‘boiler room scam’ and may be in the form of a telephone call or in writing. Please visit our boiler room scams page for guidance on what to do if you have received an unsolicited call and advice on how to avoid them in the future.