Lockdown learning has given us lessons for the future
One of the areas that has been most drastically affected due to COVID-19 is one which will have the most significant impact on the future of our industry encouraging more young people into construction.
CASE STUDY: 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.
Embracing a digital future
The construction industry has been on its own digital journey for some time now and significant progress has been made but if it is going to achieve some of its key aspirations in the years ahead around quality, efficiency and sustainability then much more needs to be done.
Expanding our fire safety portfolio: maintaining high standards in a challenging sector
David Morgan, Executive Managing Director, Wates Property Services, shares fire safety and maintenance best practice in a covid-led world.
Social value is the key to Covid recovery
Has social value lost its force amidst the global pandemic? Wates Group’s Community Investment Manager, Su Pickerill, explains why creating opportunities has never been more important…
CASE STUDY: Park East, Erith
Park East, being delivered in partnership with Orbit and the London Borough of Bexley, will see 320 mixed tenure homes built in Erith.
2020 The dawn of true work-life balance
2020 continues to challenge us. While we’re collectively navigating a ‘new normal’, there is one thing that we as a nation have embraced; we’ve hit the reset button and discovered a new work-life balance.
Moving more cellular: The impact of Covid on office design
The meteoric rise in open plan living has dominated our home environments over the past decade and this has also been reflected in our work domains. However, a change in office trend has been forecast, prompted by the global pandemic and requirement for social distancing.
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