Shareholder information


All enquiries concerning your shareholding should be directed to the Company's Registrar, Link Group.
To access your shareholding please visit the Share Portal at

The Share Portal contains a help centre full of useful information and answers to frequently asked questions, which can be accessed without needing to login first.

To access and view specific information on your shareholding you will need to login first. If you have forgotten your username or password then click on the forgotten username or password links.

New users will first need to register; you only need 3 pieces of information – your surname, postcode and investor code. Your investor code is a unique number that you will be on previous communications from Link, such as share certificates and dividend confirmations. Once you are logged in you will be able to self-service with ease.

  • View your holding and get an indicative valuation
  • Change your address
  • Arrange to have dividends paid into your bank account
  • Request to receive shareholder communications by email rather than post
  • View your dividend payment history
  • Register your proxy voting instruction
  • Download a stock transfer form

If you have any queries in relation to your shareholding, please contact:

Link Group, Central Square, 29 Wellington Street, Leeds, LS1 4DL
Telephone: from the UK: 0371 664 0300*
from outside of the UK: +44 371 664 0300*


* Calls are charged at the standard geographic rate and will vary by provider. Calls from outside the United Kingdom will be charged at the applicable international rate. Lines are open between 9.00am – 5.30pm, Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays in England and Wales.

Share fraud
Share scams are often run from ‘boiler rooms’ where fraudsters cold call investors offering them worthless, overpriced or even non-existent shares. While they promise high returns, those who invest usually end up losing their money.

You may also receive a call from someone offering to buy your shares in Bellway p.l.c., or other companies in which you are a shareholder, usually at a higher price than their market value. This might sound like a great deal, but will likely come with a request for money up front as a bond or other form of security, which the scammers say they will pay back if the sale does not go ahead. This is probably an advance fee scam – where you pay money but never hear from them again. Find out how the scams work and what to do to avoid becoming a victim by reading this FCA leaflet.

Suspect phone calls
A number of our shareholders have received unsolicited phone calls or correspondence offering to purchase their shares at apparently inflated prices. The correspondence claims that they represent a majority shareholder who is looking to take over Bellway. Please note that Bellway is not the subject of a take-over attempt, hostile or otherwise, and that approaches such as those currently being experienced by our shareholders are usually made by unauthorised companies and individuals. The approaches can be very persistent and extremely persuasive. We advise our shareholders to be very wary of any unsolicited advice, offers to buy shares at a premium or offers of free reports into the company.

If you have received any calls or have any queries, then please contact us at or call us on 0191 2170717.