Change is needed to prevent levelling up being spurned
Levelling up is one of the most ambitious government aspirations in decades but the opportunity could be derailed if Whitehall doesn’t change the way it is delivering it, according to Stephen Beechey, public sector director at Wates Group.
Celebrating our association with the Armed Forces
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.
12 Estates regeneration programme, London Borough of Havering
Wates Residential and Havering Council announced a 12 year joint venture partnership in 2018, providing 3,500 much needed new homes.
Knowles House, London Borough of Brent
Providing much needed temporary accommodation and homes for independent living for residents in the London Borough of Brent.
Gascoigne West, Barking
Wates Residential’s regeneration of Gascoigne West in Barking includes the development of 200 new homes on the former 1960s estate.
Department of Work and Pensions, Hastings
The 20-week programme at two contemporary office buildings was part of an economic development programme to create a new Priory Quarter business district in Hastings and attract jobs to the town centre.
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.
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