Putting communities at the heart of residential design
Kates Ives, Development Director for Wates Residential, has recently contributed to ‘Ideas on Co-creation: Listening, Trusting, Communicating, Empowering, Advocating‘, an insight report edited by leading architecture practice, Sheppard Robson.
Silvervale Park is one of 40 sites that will be developed over the next 10 years. The scheme will eventually provide 187 new homes for open market sale, Assisted Home ownership and rent. It offers a unique opportunity for local people to acquire a contemporary new home close to the desirable suburb of Trowbridge.
Collaborating for our customers
David Morgan, Managing Director, Wates Property Services calls on the housing maintenance industry to join forces in the aftermath of Covid-19.
Keeping our residents safe
We have recently produced a video for social housing tenants to illustrate how we practically intend to protect their safety and that of our operatives.
Wates Residential hosts virtual site tours for next generation of home builders
During the pandemic, our site teams from our Residential business are filming their own virtual site tours, made specifically for local students.
Delivering a world class sporting venue during a pandemic
Amidst the current Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve worked hard to ensure that progress on the Aquatics Centre in Smethwick isn’t halted while strictly adhering to the Government’s guidance and site operating procedures.
Wates Developments’ scheme at Ringwood in Hampshire is a great example of an integrated planning approach that has delivered a truly mixed-use development meeting the needs of families, the elderly and local businesses alike.
Walberton, West Sussex
The development of a range of new homes and community benefits at a site in Walberton, West Sussex, is an example of what is achievable in planning and development terms with the right engagement from all stakeholders.
This 15-year contract started in April 2013 and involves the delivery of a programme of full maintenance works across Wolverhampton’s stock of approximately 7,000 homes.