At Wates we recognise Mental Health Awareness Week because it’s our opportunity to really shine the light on mental health, get people talking about it, and give them the space to have some open and honest conversations.
Six step plan for managing the safe return to the workplace.
Although social distancing is likely to be a part of life for the foreseeable future, there are steps businesses should consider ahead of employees returning to the workplace.
BLOG: Improving communities by buying local
Wates Residential hosted its first online ‘meet the buyer’ event, organised through the social procurement organisation, ‘Supply Change’.
Case Study: Wembley E01/E02
Wates Construction has completed A £179.4m new build two stage D&B scheme with 633 residential apartments and 3,224m2 of retail and more.
The New Social Value Model
WATES IN THE NEWS
On 31 March 2021, Wates Group Community Investment Manager, Su Pickerill was a guest speaker at an event hosted by the Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability, discussing the Government’s new measures.
Bouncing back from the Pandemic
WATES IN THE NEWS
Following the release of Wates’ financial results for 2020, Chief Executive David Allen was interviewed by Construction news where he discussed how Wates was looking to boost profits in 2021 back to the £30m-plus level enjoyed before the pandemic.
Case Study: Supporting Prison Leavers
“My job has given me the opportunity to earn an honest wage and start on a career journey within the construction industry.” – Jamal Hoist Operator, Wates Residential
2020 financial accounts and reports
REPORTS AND RESEARCH
In one of the most challenging years in our 124-year history, we’re pleased to have secured £2.4bn of new work in 2020, enabling us to end the year with a record forward order book of £6.6bn, up 13.5% from 2019.
Why challenging ourselves to achieve gender equality is more important now than ever
This year for International Women’s Day, the aim is to encourage all of us businesses, governments and individuals to ‘choose to challenge’.
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