Planning Application submitted for Liverpool cruise terminal hotel
Wates Construction has submitted a detailed planning application for a new development as part of Liverpool’s major waterfront regeneration scheme.
Opening of Braywick Leisure Centre car park marks the end of the first stage of the build
Progress at the new Braywick Leisure Centre in Maidenhead has been marked this week with the official opening of a 240-space car park.
Wates retains position on Southern Construction Framework
Wates Construction has retained its place on the fourth generation Southern Construction Framework (SCF), which promises a potential £5.25bn pipeline of work across the South.
Wates plants new woodland by Braywick Park Leisure centre to offset construction carbon emissions
Wates has planted 100 sapling trees by the new Braywick Park Leisure Centre in order to offset carbon emissions generated during the centre’s construction.
Wates Living Space joins Fusion 21 as housing maintenance Framework Partner
Wates Living Space has bolstered its housing maintenance framework presence across the UK with its position as framework supply partner to public sector procurement body, Fusion21.
Wates Construction to build Liverpool Cruise Terminal hotel
Wates Construction has been appointed to build a new 200-bedroom, upscale hotel by Liverpool City Council as part of the citys major waterfront regeneration project.
Wates Construction to build state-of-the-art Braywick Leisure Centre
Wates Construction has been appointed by the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead to build a brand new £32.8m leisure centre.
Wates Living Space appointed to Cardiff Council maintenance framework
Wates Living Space has been appointed to carry out repairs and minor planned works for Cardiff Council, which will see the leading social housing maintenance provider deliver housing improvements to 4,200 properties across the north of the city.
Wates Construction appointed to Derby City Council's £2.5M HQ Refurbishment
Leading contractor Wates Construction has been appointed to redevelop the ground floor of Derby City Councils headquarters.
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