The new identity is designed to capture the company’s 35-year history, as well as signal its commitment to deliver homes in line with the government’s green revolution pledge.
The rebrand follows the multi-million-pound buy-out of Macbryde Homes in September this year, led by its managing director, Gwyn Jones (pictured above, fourth from left), and backed by Bridgemere, which is owned by Redrow founder and former chairman Steve Morgan.
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Castle Green Homes — which is set to complete over 200 homes this year — is planning to quadruple the size of the business over the next five years.
The housebuilder is currently delivering homes across 10 developments, and expects to contract on five new sites before the end of December, extending its geographical footprint into new areas.
Gwyn said: “We’re all excited at the prospect of rapidly increasing the number of new homes we build, and becoming a major force in the region.
“Alongside this growth, we are fully committed to offering a market leading customer journey and being the homebuilder of choice for new home buyers."