Corporate Governance

The Company is committed to the principles of the UK Corporate Governance Code (formerly known as the Combined Code), published by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC), which sets out standards of good practice for listed companies such as Taylor Wimpey on Board composition and development, remuneration, shareholder relations, accountability and audit.

We firmly believe that good Corporate Governance is essential and it remains a top priority. The way in which we run our business is of paramount importance to us and is what enables Taylor Wimpey to successfully deliver our business plans and objectives.

We have systems in place to identify, analyse and manage key risks arising from both our operations and the wider macro economic environment, and develop continuously improving business methods.

Further information:

Section 430 (2B) Companies Act Statement – James Jordan

As announced to the London Stock Exchange on 28 March 2019, James Jordan stepped down from the Board as Group Legal Director and Company Secretary on 31 December 2019 (having relinquished his role as Company Secretary, on 4 November 2019) and will retire from the Company on 31 March 2020.

The information required to be provided in accordance with section 430 (2B) of the Companies Act 2006 can be found here.

About us

Our history dates back to the 19th Century and stretches across the globe. Today we are focused on building and selling quality homes in the UK and Spain.

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Our policies

The policies and guidelines we have in place to set standards concerning ethics, sound business practices and wider governance.

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