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.
Making our HQ office Covid-secure
Using a simple five-step plan, our Wates FM specialists explain the changes introduced at our Leatherhead HQ office in preparation for colleagues’ safe return to the office.
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.
VIDEO: Wates and Havering Estates Regeneration
Demolition has begun on the first of 12 sites to be regenerated in Havering by Wates Residential as one of Londons biggest housing regeneration projects. This marks a significant step forward for the £1 billion scheme.
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