The team verified its constructing web pages and gross sales workplaces are continuing to operate throughout the second lockdown, while it extra a be aware of caution amid possible further more measures to manage the pandemic and economic uncertainty.
It declared yet another interim dividend payout to traders of 70p a share, on prime of the 40p a share paid out in September.
Collectively, the payouts swap the 110p a share final divi for 2019 that was postponed at the beginning of the disaster.
Persimmon’s recently appointed chief executive Dean Finch, who took on the function at the conclusion of September, stated: “Persimmon proceeds to conduct robustly regardless of the sizeable worries offered by the Covid-19 pandemic, and we are currently on system to produce a very good outcome for 2020.”
The team extra: “We are nicely ready for this second lockdown and go on to get the job done with our subcontractors and source chain to sustain the group’s functions.
“We stay aware, having said that, of the possible for further more disruption from extra Govt-mandated measures to manage the pandemic and the effect of ongoing uncertainty on the Uk financial state.”
Shares fell five.2pc to £26.45.