As we show our support for Armed Forces Week, we remember our role in supporting the military through World War II and our construction of the Mulberry Harbours.
Wates Residential searches for sustainable innovations to build net zero homes
18 JANUARY 2022
Wates Residential is launching a new marketing campaign to find new, innovative, sustainable technologies and materials that will help it build Net Zero homes and achieve its environmental targets.
Armistice Day - In remembrance
As we show our support for Armistice Day, we remember our role in supporting the military through World War II and our construction of the Mulberry Harbours.
The RetroFit Challenge
Wates Living Space is proud to sponsor the Retrofit Challenge. Join us at the event on the 3-4 March to delve into the housing sector’s biggest priorities in working towards the UK Government targets for all social housing to achieve an EPC.
What next for the high street?
WATES IN THE NEWS
On December 3rd 2020, Kate Ives, Development Director for Wates Residential, joined a panel of industry specialists for one the first in a series of highly-engaging webinars, hosted by Cratus.
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.
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.
VE Day 75: Celebrating our association with the Armed Forces
As we commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day, we remember our role in supporting the military through World War II and our construction of the Mulberry Harbours.
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