Berkeley Group Holdings

Tony Pidgely and James Farrer came together to establish Berkeley Homes in 1976. At the time of its founding, the company operated in Weybridge, Surrey as its headquarters. The company later moved to Cobham, United Kingdom, where the headquarters are today. Originally, Berkeley Group focused on constructing homes and selling them off-plan. The company focused on developing and constructing houses using a disciplined procedure. Consequently, Berkeley was able to minimize risk and to maximize return. This led to the company listing on the London Stock Exchange where its shares trade under BKG as the ticker. Berkeley operates in the United Kingdom via subsidiaries like Berkeley First, Berkeley Partnership, Berkeley Commercial, and Berkeley Modular, among others. Primarily, Berkeley focuses its operations in the housebuilding industry. Specifically, Berkeley develops the residential property as well as urban redevelopment programs via Berkeley Community Villages. Given the significance of the company in the housebuilding industry, it is a constituent of the FTSE 100 composite.

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FTSE 100 Index – An Overview Of Friday, October 18th, 2019

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