Our reporting

In addition to our integrated Annual Report and Accounts 2022, we produce a Sustainability Supplement and ESG Addendum that provides further background on our approach to ESG. 

Our Diversity and Inclusion Report explains how we are working towards equality diversity and inclusion and includes details of our gender pay gap.

Operational review

In a year marked by two distinct halves, Taylor Wimpey demonstrated that it is a strong and agile business as we acted quickly and decisively to address rapidly changing market conditions in the second half of the year and we continued to actively maximise efficiency.

Our Operational Review outlines our performance and key activities in relation to:

  • Operational performance
  • Customers and employees
  • Sustainable building
  • Climate and environment

Climate change risks and opportunities

We integrate sustainability into the way we work, to create a stronger business for the long term and generate value for all our stakeholders.

We are committed to transparent disclosure of our ESG performance and report against the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).



– Operating profit is defined as profit on ordinary activities before net finance costs, exceptional items and tax, after share of results of joint ventures.
– Operating profit margin is defined as operating profit divided by revenue.
– Return on net operating assets (RONOA) is defined as rolling 12-months’ operating profit divided by the average of the opening and closing net operating assets of the 12-month period, which is defined as net assets less net cash, excluding net taxation balances and accrued dividends.
– Tangible net assets per share is defined as net assets before any accrued dividends excluding goodwill and intangible assets divided by the number of ordinary shares in issue at the end of the period.
– Adjusted basic earnings per share represents earnings attributed to the shareholders of the Parent, excluding exceptional items and tax on exceptional items, divided by the weighted average number of shares in issue during the period.
– Net operating asset turn is defined as 12-months’ rolling total revenue divided by the average of opening and closing net operating assets of the 12-month period.
– The Annual Injury Incidence Rate (AIIR) is defined as the number of incidents per 100,000 employees and contractors, calculated on a rolling 12 month basis, where the number of employees and contractors is calculated using a monthly average over the same period.
– Net cash is defined as total cash less total borrowings.
– Cash conversion is defined as operating cash flow divided by operating profit or loss on a rolling 12-month basis, with operating cash flow defined as cash generated by operations (which is before income taxes paid, interest paid and payments related to exceptional charges).
– Adjusted gearing is defined as adjusted net debt divided by net assets. Adjusted net debt is defined as net cash less land creditors.


Annual Report and Accounts 2022

Strategic report

Directors' report

Financial statements

Notice of 2023 Annual General Meeting

Sustainability Supplement and ESG Addendum 2022

Net Zero Transition Plan

Diversity and Inclusion Report 2023