Founded in 1928 in North West London, the company has a long and varied history.
You may not know that we built the original WWII airfield that became the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit?
Francis Jackson Homes was founded in Harrow by Civil Engineer Francis GC Jackson (second from right).
The extension of the Metropolitan and Piccadilly underground lines from central London provided Francis Jackson and his consortium partners with an opportunity and they were soon selling an astonishing 60 houses a week! Over 2000 homes were built at Ruislip Manor.
During the war Francis Jackson was seconded to the war effort building airfields for the Air Ministry, including Silverstone which later became the famous F1 circuit.
Francis Jackson's son Robert joined the company having worked as a Civil Engineer and the company began to focus on building houses in the expanding towns and villages beyond the Green Belt to the north of London.
In 1978 the company relocated to Olney, Buckinghamshire, to be closer to their sites and customers.
Francis Jackson Homes firmly established their reputation for build quality and were selected to build the 10,000th new home in Milton Keynes at Giffard Park.
Francis Jackson begin their sponsorship of the world famous Olney Pancake Race.
Winners of the Sunday Times Build Quality 2012 Award. This prestigious national award recognises Francis Jackson Homes' exceptional build quality and the company is extremely proud of this achievement.
Francis Jackson Homes continue to win multiple awards for design and build quality with more exciting developments planned for 2023 and beyond...