Our KPIs

FINANCIAL
KPISTRATEGIC FOCUSPERFORMANCECHART
REVENUERevenue from housebuilding activities is expected to increase significantly and this will be supplemented by land salesDuring the year the number of completions of private homes increased by a significant amount, causing a large increase in revenue

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Revenue Landscape
PROFIT BEFORE TAXThe Board's expectation is to continue to build on the recurring profitability achieved over the last two years and will seek to secure this by the planned expansion of housebuilding and the sale of consented building plotsDuring the year the number of completions of private homes increased by a significant amount, causing a significant increase in profit before tax. Demand for consented land also increased during the year and this resulted in several highly profitable land sales

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Profit Before Tax landscape
NET ASSET VALUE PER SHAREThe value added to the land bank by the planning process will continue to be the Group's key focus. Further value will be extracted from the land bank through the development activitiesGrowing recurring profits and a revaluation of investment properties have caused a significant increase in net asset value per share

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Net Asset Value per Share landscape
DIVIDEND PER SHAREIt is the Group's intention to progressively increase the dividend annually as profits riseThe Group paid an interim dividend of 0.3p per share in July 2015 and has proposed a further dividend of 0.7p per share payable in January 2016

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Dividend per Share landscape
BASIC EARNINGS PER SHAREThe increase in profitability mentioned above will have a proportional impact on earnings per share which should continue to improveThis has increased dramatically during the year due to general growth in all our activities. 7.17p per share relates to the revaluation of the 76 houses at Wilton Park, Beaconsfield

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Basic Earnings Per Share Landscape

* Due to the introduction of IFRS 10 the Group has consolidated the results of DGVL for the years ending 30 June 2015 and 2014. Prior years were accounted for under IAS 27 and SIC 12 and these standards did not require the consolidation of DGVL.

NON-FINANCIAL
KPISTRATEGIC FOCUSPERFORMANCECHART
NUMBER OF PLOTS WITH OR WITHOUT PLANNING CONSENTThe Group's target is to have a land bank of approximately 10,000 residential plots as a medium term targetThe Group achieved the 2015 target of 5,000 units despite sales of a large number of plots during the year

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Number of Plots Landscape
TOTAL RESIDENTIAL PLOTS SOLDThe Group's objective is to sell consented plots to raise working capital or those plots that are unlikely to be developed by Inland HomesThere was a large demand for consented plots from housebuilders during the year so more plots than expected were sold

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Total residential Plots Sold Landscape
RESIDENTIAL HOME SALESThe Group expects to sell a similar number of residential units in the year to June 2016 at a slightly higher average selling price and the plan is to increase this target over the medium term to approximately 500 unitsThe Group sold 248 residential units during the year, which is slightly below the target of 270 set in the last annual report but is still a significant increase over the previous period

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Residential Home Sales Landscape
PLANNING PERMISSION GAINED DURING THE YEARThe core activity of the Group is to acquire sites without planning consent and to secure consent on the majority of them within two years from purchaseThe Group gained planning permission or resolutions to grant planning permission on 885 plots during the year, a record number for the Group

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Planning Permissions Gained During the Year Landscape
AVERAGE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEESThe average number of employees to rise modestly as the volume of housebuilding increasesDue to the increase in housebuilding activities the average number of employees increased during the year

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Average Number of Employees Landscape