Persimmon revenue falls in 2020

A row of three semi-detached houses in Fleetwood Harbour Village

Persimmon has reported a 9% fall in revenue for 2020 following a reduction in active sales outlets during the Covid-19 pandemic.

In its year-end trading update, the group also told investors it is confident that its ‘Covid-secure’ procedures will allow its building sites to remain open during the current UK lockdown, despite continued pressure on the government to tightened the current lockdown restrictions.

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