We’ve been building a proud reputation for beautiful high quality homes across England and Wales for over 40 years. Key to our success are the many talented people working in every department across the business who are committed to excellence. We encourage them all to grow and maximise their potential by working with like-minded people who share their vision and values.
At Redrow we value all of our people and partners and offer a unique culture where we want our employees to bring their best selves to work. We deliver people focused initiatives based on our employee survey responses, focusing on benefits, health and wellbeing, communication, leadership and career opportunities."
It will come as no surprise that we are an inclusive and diverse business, and that we make the well-being of our people a top priority: they can only be their best when they are at their best.
Thanks to the enthusiasm of our Training and Talent team, everybody has the opportunity to improve their skillset and enhance their chances of career growth through a range of training programmes.
To further enhance our attraction to talented people, our benefits and rewards package we believe, not only encourages people to join us but more importantly, to stay with us.
Leading housebuilder Redrow’s Southern division expansion plans are gaining momentum following a raft of appointments and the confirmation of a new base.
Redrow plc has announced the appointment of Richard Akers as its new Non ‐ Executive Chair. Richard will join the Board as Chair ‐ Designate and as an independent Non-Executive Director on 1 June 2021.
Leading UK housebuilder Redrow today launches its annual report on attitudes toward apprenticeships and careers in construction.
March 8th marks International Women’s Day 2021 and one woman who is making strides for others to follow in her footsteps is Megan Woodburn, an assistant site manager from Aintree, Liverpool.
We have today become accredited as a Living Wage Employer. The Living Wage commitment will ensure every employee at Redrow will receive a minimum hourly wage of £9.50 in the UK, or £10.85 in London.
Today we announce our involvement in BBC’s latest series, The Nine to Five with Stacey Dooley. Aimed at school-age teenagers, The Nine to Five follows presenter Stacey Dooley as she takes a group of 15-18-year-olds into different industries that are hungry for young recruits, for the ultimate hands-on work experience, including on site at our Ebbsfleet development.
We are pleased to announce that we will be welcoming 32 new graduates to our industry-leading programme in January.
Michael Hollington, 28, works as an assistant site manager at Redrow’s Greater London division and is currently midway through his second year of Redrow’s Housebuilding Degree programme.
We have been awarded a gold level status in this year’s NextGeneration Benchmark, retaining third place for the fourth year in a row.
The NextGeneration initiative, which benchmarks the sustainability performance of the UK’s largest homebuilders, has selected Redrow to receive the 2019 NextGeneration Innovation Award. This is awarded to a homebuilder that has demonstrated initiatives that go far beyond the criteria used for the benchmark.
Apprentices are key to Redrow’s business and account for 10% of all employees, and Redrow finds having apprentices in the business highly beneficial due to the fresh ideas they bring to the table and the way they motivate others in the workforce due to the opportunities they provide for mentorship.
Redrow Homes has been named Housebuilder of the Year for the third time in as many months.
From temporary Customer Service Coordinator to Assistant Customer Service Manager - a real success story! South Wales’ Elaine Cliffe gives us a quick insight into her Customer Service career with us so far.
Five Redrow site managers from across the country have been awarded commended status in the NHBC’s annual Health and Safety Awards. Now in its ninth year, this is the only health and safety awards ceremony exclusively for the construction industry that recognises site managers who prioritise the health and wellbeing of their teams.
Redrow assistant site manager, Manjeeta Pathak, was named Most Inspiring Rising Star in the ‘30 & over’ category at the Inspire Awards at The Hilton, Deansgate, in Manchester on 5th June 2018.
Today Chancellor Philip Hammond announced at this year’s Spring Statementthat the education secretary will release up to £80m to help small firms take on apprentices and that £29 million will be allocated to a construction skills fund, which will open for bids to fund up to 20 construction skills villages.
Leading UK housebuilder Redrow’s second annual research report, Building better apprenticeships: Delivering skills to drive UK productivity, has discovered that the perception of construction as an apprenticeship pathway has improved with a 14% increase (62%) of young people considering a job in the sector this year.
Redrow, the leading housebuilder, has been recognised at the National Apprenticeship Awards as a Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer for a record fifth year in a row. With over 1,000 entries to the awards each year from a wide-range of industries, competition to make the Top 100 is fierce.
Redrow, the leading housebuilder, in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) and Coleg Cambria, one of the UK’s largest colleges have established the UK’s first dedicated Housebuilding Degree. LJMU have also validated the qualification.
£43,000 for hospice THE J’s Hospice in Essex is on to a winner after teaming up with Redrow Homes for a charity race night which raised almost £43,000.
Redrow Homes South Wales took to the banks of the river Taff last weekend to take part in the Great Taff Tidy. Armed with bin bags and litterpickers, around 300 volunteers, including 17 staff members from the Redrow Homes South Wales Office, turned out to help clean up the Taff and its surrounding area.
Redrow has achieved a Gold Award in the NextGeneration Sustainability Benchmark - an industry-specific initiative established in 2004 to drive best practice in sustainability into the heart of the UK’s housebuilding sector.
A new fairy garden has been unveiled at Hope House children’s hospice in Oswestry following an ambitious makeover project. The garden, which offers a quiet and peaceful area for families at the hospice to relax in, was given...
To further embed our sustainability values all staff have been undergoing sustainability training, which has been delivered in a suitably eco-efficient way; through the introduction of a new eLearning module that is completed online...