12 month rolling customer satisfaction ‘recommend’ data
The table below shows the latest 12-month rolling data from the National new homes customer satisfaction survey (CSS).
The quarterly reporting series is a new one, launched in June 2019 to provide more regular up to date information from the CSS.
The new series shows the builders’ percentage ‘yes’ score for the key question "Would you recommend your builder to a friend?".
Scores are published quarterly, using the latest 12-month rolling data, approximately four weeks after each ‘reporting period’ closes.
Survey forms are sent 8 weeks after customers legally complete the purchase of their new home. Customers then have 12 weeks to complete and return their forms. Each ‘reporting period’ thus closes 20 weeks after the end of the quarter.
Proposed quarterly data publication dates;
- Q1 (house purchases completed Oct-Dec) quarterly data published June
- Q2 (house purchases completed Jan-Mar) quarterly data published September
- Q3 (house purchases completed Apr-Jun) quarterly data published December
- Q4 (house purchases completed Jul-Sep) quarterly data published March
The industry Customer Satisfaction Survey was launched in 2006. Builders are awarded an annual ‘Star Rating’ based on all their responses to the key question ‘would you recommend your builder to a friend?’ over a full 12 month period. Star ratings are published every March.
Click here to see the latest annual star rating results.
Click here to see historical star rating results
|Home builder||Sample Surveyed||Percentage|
|A & J Stephen||27||92.3%|
|Campion Homes Ltd||24||91.7%|
|Churchill Retirement Living||363||95.9%|
|Hayfield Homes Limited||40||89.5%|
|MacBryde Homes Ltd||102||94.1%|
|Mactaggart & Mickel Homes||79||97.5%|
|Malcolm Allan Housebuilders Ltd|
|McCarthy & Stone||1234||93.6%|
|Rose Builders Ltd||27||100%|
|St Modwen Homes||449||93%|
|Stewart Milne Group||383||86.8%|
For Q1 2019 scores were rounded up or down to the nearest full percentage point. Numbers up to .5 were rounded down; numbers from .5 were rounded up. (i.e 94.3% would be rounded down to 94% and a score of 94.6 would be rounded up to 95%)