New high-tech low-carbon homes selling fast at Cardiff development site

26 APRIL 2022

New properties designed for modern living at Aspen Grove, Rumney, which will allow people moving in to benefit from lower emissions and greener living, have gone on sale, with 30 homes sold in the first eight weeks since launch.

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Skate park workshop inspires next generation of urban designers

Over 20 young people in Wandsworth have used their Easter holiday to learn how to design and model their dream skatepark at a workshop hosted by Wates Residential and Betongpark on 6th April.

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Demolition begins to make way for new affordable council homes in Harrow

After proposals were approved last month by Harrow’s Planning Committee, the construction of new affordable council homes is underway at an underused site off Milton Road, adjacent to the current Civic Centre

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New shelter and social space for Melville Road Allotment

Melville Road Allotment in Rainham is getting a total upgrade of its outdoor shelter, thanks to a project being delivered by Havering Council and Wates Residential as part of its joint venture partnership to regenerate 12 council estates across the borough.

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Topping out ceremony held for first site in Havering 12 estates regeneration

A traditional ‘topping out’ ceremony has been held at Napier and New Plymouth House, in Rainham.

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Construction begins on next stage of Grahame Park regeneration

Wates, Notting Hill Genesis and Barnet Council have officially broken ground on the construction of 209 new homes in Barnet.

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Wates appointed to build 99 new council homes in Brent

Wates has been appointed by Brent Council to create new council homes in Church Road, Church End, to help transform the area.

 

 

 

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Local school celebrates history of Gascoigne neighbourhood with time capsule burial

A time capsule celebrating the past, present and future of the Gascoigne neighbourhood in Barking has been buried by Gascoigne Primary School and members of the local community

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Crofts Street’s new residents ‘over the moon’ with new homes

The new tenants of nine highly energy-efficient, sustainable modular houses in Roath have described their new council homes as ‘big and spacious’ with bathrooms like the Hilton hotel.

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Site visit to celebrate 12 estates regeneration progress

Councillor John Crowder, Cabinet Lead for Regeneration and Sir James Wates, Chairman of the Wates Group, have visited Napier and New Plymouth House to celebrate progress at the first site in the Havering ’12 Estates’ regeneration programme.

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Wandsworth students first to complete 11 week work experience pilot

Students from St John Bosco College in the London Borough of Wandsworth have today completed an 11-week work experience programme piloted by Wates Residential

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Our search for sustainable innovations to build net zero homes

We’re looking for new, innovative, sustainable technologies and materials that will help net zero homes achieve environmental targets.  

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Wates searches for sustainable innovations to build net zero homes

Wates 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.

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Wandsworth’s Housing For All programme celebrates the delivery of 71 new council homes at Shuttleworth Road

Wates were joined by Wandsworth Councillor Govindia and Cabinet Member for Housing, Councillor Jonathan Cook to see the latest developments at Shuttleworth Road.

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Wates appointed to £5.16bn SCF Residential framework

Wates has been appointed to the £5.16bn Southern Construction Framework (SCF).

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Wates wins landmark £40M Leeds affordable housing development

Wates has been appointed by Leeds City Council to deliver a £40m affordable housing scheme.

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Why social enterprises matter

Danny Ingoldsby, Assistant Surveyor, explains why investment in social value and social enterprises matters in our latest blog.

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Demolition of old tower blocks heralds progress at Waterloo Estate

William Pike House and Thomas England House, Romford’s first tower blocks, are being demolished to make way for a new development at Waterloo and Queen Street to build 1,380 new homes for local people.

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