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The News Archive for Roger Devlin

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The News Archive for Roger Devlin

Roger Devlin

Chairman

Persimmon
London, UK
13 Aug 2019

Persimmon probe steps up a gear as 100,000 people are asked for their views

Roger Devlin, chairman of Persimmon, said: 'It is important that we listen in order to improve and this consultation process is a vital step in hearing from our customers, employees, and many other people important to our business. 'We hope that as many of our stakeholders as possible will take the time to contribute to this important process and I am very grateful to them for participating.'

4 Apr 2019

Persimmon raises the roof on customer care introducing new retention scheme

Roger Devlin, Persimmon chairman, said: “This is a first among the UK’s large housebuilders and I hope will lead the way in change across the sector.  This move, and the urgency with which we will introduce it, is a clear and unambiguous signal of cultural and operational change at Persimmon, putting customer care at the very centre of the business."

22 Mar 2019

Home buyer’s retention initiative launches at Persimmon

Roger Devlin, Persimmon's chairman, said: "This is a first among the UK's large housebuilders and I hope will lead the way in change across the sector. This move, and the urgency with which we will introduce it, is a clear and unambiguous signal of cultural and operational change at Persimmon, putting customer care at the very centre of the business."

27 Jul 2018

Betfred Helps Win £1 Billion Tax Rebate For FOBT Industry

The case does not just impact Betfred, ... other operators in the FOBT space, such as William Hill, Paddy Power Betfair, and Ladbrokes Coral, also in line for huge payouts amounting to around £1 billion in total.

17 May 2018 | The Telegraph

Big changes are coming to fixed-odds betting terminals in the UK

Roger Devlin wrote: “Sadly, I fear that your Government is about to make a decision that is unnecessary and lacking in evidence - a decision that will also be catastrophic for a retail betting industry employing over 40,000 people.”

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