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Persimmon is planning to expand its 4,500-strong workforce with 1,000 new jobs, in order to build 80,000 homes over the next five years.
Persimmon has acquired Hillreed Homes, the Kent-based housebuilder, for £36m.
Persimmon is to close its Charles Church housebuilding office in Reigate, but some of the 40 jobs will relocate to Camberley.
Persimmon is to acquire Senator Homes, the Carlisle-based housebuilder with sites in Dumfries, Lockerbie and Cumbria, for £25m.
Persimmon has agreed to acquire Westbury, the Cheltenham-based housebuilder, for £643m.
Persimmon has acquired Merewood Group, the regional housebuilder operating in Cumbria and Lancashire, for £23m.
Persimmon is planning to create 200 jobs at 20 new housebuilding projects from Northumberland to Yorkshire this year.
Persimmon is planning to sell its Beazer Partnerships social housing and timber construction business to management for £5m.
Persimmon Homes is preparing plans for the development of a hotel, 800 flats, shops, offices and a marina on the banks of the River Orwell in Ipswich.