Key performance indicators

Key performance indicators

In order to continue towards achieving our goals, we understand it’s important to continually measure our performance.

KPI Why we measure it Performance How we calculate it 2015 results 2014 results change
Be a more sustainable business Trainees in the workforce (%) Trainees are key to developing our workforce to support future growth. The number of trainees was maintained from 2014 at 15%. The number of trainees was maintained from 2014 at 15%. 15 15 No change
EPS(p) Redrow regards growth in underlying adjusted earnings per share as an important objective for its shareholders Underlying adjusted EPS increased by 55% on 2014 levels. Profit attributable to ordinary equity shareholders (excluding exceptional items and deferred tax rate changes) divided by the weighted average number of ordinary shares in issue during the year. 44.5 28.6 Increase
ROCE In order to monitor how effectively we use our capital base with the objective of delivering ROCE in excess of our cost of capital. Growth in ROCE continued with a 27% increase in 2015 on 2014 levels. Operating profit before exceptional items adjusted for joint ventures as a percentage of the average opening and closing capital employed. 22.8 18 Increase
Revenue growth (£m) Growing our revenue is a key component of growing our profits. Revenue increased by 33% in 2015. Revenue per the Consolidated Income Statement. 1,115 865 Increase