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08 September 2021

Redrow celebrates 5 years working in partnership with the Community Wood Recycling Scheme

We’re proud to say October 2021 marks our 5-year anniversary, working in partnership with the Community Wood Recycling Scheme, a national network which provides a collection and recycling service for excess wood.

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12 August 2021

Redrow recognised by the National Allotment Society for plans to develop more community allotments

A recent article published on the National Allotment Society website, praised Redrow for creating new allotments across the country and said “a round of applause goes to the far-sighted housebuilding companies creating allotments along with new housing developments.”

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16 June 2021

Redrow secures its position as one of the Financial Times Europe’s Climate Leaders 2021

In cooperation with the independent data company, Statista, the FT has revealed details of impressive corporate progress in fighting climate change, and Redrow is in good company.

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08 June 2021

Richard Akers to succeed John Tutte as Non-Executive Chair

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.

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19 April 2021

Redrow launches refreshed brand

Leading housebuilder Redrow has announced the launch of its new branding, alongside its rebranded and paperless sales centres, which have been transformed into Customer Experience Suites. These steps will further enhance engagement with customers at all stages of their home buying journey.

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26 March 2021

Large material recovery operation undertaken at Allerton Gardens

A large material recovery operation recently took place at Redrow’s Allerton Gardens development in Liverpool, which saw more than 1,400 Tonnes of waste material processed into recycled aggregate.

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