The Feltham Group was established in 1972 and has almost 50 years' experience in delivering quality projects. Based in Newbury, Berkshire, the Group now employs over 100 direct staff as well as trusted contractors and professionals.
Feltham Properties is responsible for the Site Promotion, Land acquisition, development and asset management activity within The Group.
Feltham Properties was incorporated in 2013 to engage directly in development opportunities of all shapes and sizes. All Feltham Properties developments are built by our specialist in-house team at Feltham Construction.
Feltham Properties engage in opportunities throughout the Thames Valley and beyond. Our expertise in planning, design, development, construction, investment & asset management - and also our ability to partner with external consultants and housing providers - all add to our capacity to develop excellence.
Feltham Construction is a reputable, regional construction company based in the Thames Valley with clients throughout the southern and home counties.
Working across a diverse range of sectors, from small, individual developments right through to major design and build contracts, we specialise in delivering quality projects. Our reputation is built on combining first-class service with quality workmanship and we pride ourselves in achieving the very highest levels of customer satisfaction
Feltham Company Accreditations
NHBC - National House Building Council
Safe Contractor Approved
CHAS - The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme
Cyber Essentials Certified
Quality Management ISO 9001:2015
Environmental Management ISO 14001:2015
Consumer Code for Home Builders
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Corporate Social Responsibility
Feltham has in place a Corporate Social Responsibility Policy which sets out the procedures and processes the Company has in place to ensure it meets its wider economic, social and environmental obligations, both to employees and to other interest groups including customers, suppliers, investors and local communities.
It includes sustainable development practices, corporate citizenship, corporate governance and business ethics.
Our local engagement is reflected in a project environment where we are employed on a project that impacts on a community. A typical example of this is when we work on housing association projects, and have arranged and attended events to give the opportunity for local residents to raise any concerns that they may have.
A key aspect of many of the projects completed by Feltham is compliance with the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking
In accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015, the Feltham Group has the following Policy Statement to demonstrate the Company efforts to address the current issues of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Sean Bates MBA, MSc.
Sean joined The Group in 2013 as Managing Director of Feltham Properties. He is an engineering and business school graduate and also has an MSc in Real Estate from Reading University. Sean brings extensive property development leadership experience to the team and is passionate about quality of design and community engagement.
Andrew Brown MCIOB
Director & Group Managing Director
Andy spent his early working years employed by two major international contractors based in the UK. During this period he continued his professional studies and in 1991 Andy graduated as a Member of the Chartered Institute of Building.
In 1996 Andy joined Feltham as a Contracts Manager but was soon promoted to Construction Director (1998). He is now the Group Managing Director (2011).
Director & Group Chairman
David has been with Feltham since 1988 and is one of the Company’s longest serving members of staff. Starting as an Assistant Surveyor he has successively been promoted to positions of Managing Director of two group subsidiaries before his current role as Group Chairman and Company Secretary.
As an integral part of the management team, David has seen Company growth increase from twelve staff and turnover of £6m in 1988 to the one hundred staff and £50m turnover of today.