The moment 56m (184ft) chimney topples to the ground is captured from above.
Steve Morgan, the chairman of Redrow who founded the housebuilder 44 years ago, is stepping down.
Mr Morgan, who rejoined the company in 2009 during the financial crisis when a number of property groups were struggling, will be succeeded by chief executive John Tutte.
Mr Morgan said that he remain as a major shareholder in the group.
UK homebuilder Redrow has seen profits rise by a fifth - meaning record profits for the fifth year in a row.
In its full year statement for 2017-18, pre-tax profit rose 21% to £380m. Revenues stood at £1.92bn.
Redrow welcomed the "excellent" performance but noted that "clarity over Brexit and the future of Help to Buy would improve market sentiment."