Needspace?, the affordable, flexible workspace specialists based in London and the South East have today announced the appointment of Jon Dickman as Managing Director.
Wates Residential appointed to build 99 new council homes in Brent
10 MARCH 2022
Wates Residential has been appointed by Brent Council to create new council homes in Church Road, Church End, to help transform the area.
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.
Wandsworth’s Housing For All programme celebrates the delivery of 71 new council homes at Shuttleworth Road
15 DECEMBER 2021
Wates Residential were joined by Wandsworth Councillor Govindia and Cabinet Member for Housing, Councillor Jonathan Cook to see the latest developments at Shuttleworth Road.
Wates Residential appointed to £5.16bn SCF Residential framework
09 DECEMBER 2021
Wates Residential has been appointed to the £5.16bn Southern Construction Framework (SCF).
Wates, Arup and HKS launch partnership to decarbonise NHS estate
19 OCTOBER 2021
Decarbonising Health Estates Partnership (DHEP) launched at industry roundtable to discuss NHS’ net zero challenge.
Wates tackles book inequality for children
14 OCTOBER 2021
What began as a pilot project in a building site in Borough Yards, is about to become a national initiative to provide books for children and bridge the development gap between rich and poor.
New homes selling fast at Erith regeneration scheme
10 SEPTEMBER 2021
Brand new apartments, which are set to transform a tired and dated high-rise estate in the London Borough of Bexley, are selling fast with eight apartments reserved in the first weekend, according to developers.
Wates Construction begins work on new £17m Edgar Wood Academy
08 JULY 2021
Wates Construction, has begun work on a new £17m secondary school serving the local communities of Heywood, Middleton, Birch and Langley in Rochdale.
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