Figures for 2010 show a jump in pre-tax profit to £18.5m from £7.5m as margins increased to 7.2% from 6.2%.
Turnover also ticked-up to £298.6m from £281.5m as the group sold 1,900 homes and the average selling price rose by 3.9% to £160,700.
Bovis said it expects work to start on 33 new schemes this year bringing its total number of active sites to 76 with the main focus on the South of England.
The house builder is continuing to build up its land bank and reported significant construction cost savings during the second half of last year.
Chief executive David Ritchie said: “The Group has made significant progress with its growth strategy through substantial land investment, a strong pipeline of further land acquisition opportunities and a strong expected increase in active sales outlets.
“Based on a continuation of current market conditions, this growth strategy gives the Group confidence in delivering greater volumes and increased profits.”