In 1086 when the Domesday Book was completed, Finedon was a large royal manor, previously held by Queen Edith. At this time, the village (now a town) was known as Tingdene, which originates from the Old English words ‘þing’ meaning assembly or meeting and ‘Denu’ meaning valley or vale.
The Tingdene Group has grown and diversified over the past 50 years becoming a wide-ranging group of companies operating and developing residential parks, leisure parks and inland marinas. The Tingdene Group remains in private family ownership and maintains the family values to which the business was formed and has grown. We continue to grow our portfolio further and are consistently looking for the right opportunities throughout the UK.
As a business we have made a commitment to sustainability, the environment and the local community. Our robust environmental policy makes sure we are constantly looking for opportunities to minimise our environmental impact, whilst future proofing our developments and ensuring minimal disruption to the local community. Our goal is to enhance the well-being and satisfaction of our customers as we focus on operating a safe and sustainable business.