Barratt Developments

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Sales rates for homes built by Barratt Developments have been maintained throughout a difficult economic period leading the housebuilder to project that its full year adjusted profit before tax will be in line with current market expectations. In a trading update for the period from 1 Janu

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Barratt Developments Scotland has received the maximum 5-star rating in the new Home Builders Federation (HBF) annual New Homes Customer Satisfaction Survey. This is the fourteenth year in a row that the housebuilder, which includes Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes, has achieved the top 5-star r

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Barratt Developments North Scotland has unveiled a new road, Mill Drive, at its Riverside Quarter development in Bucksburn as part of a multi-million-pound commitment to improving local roads, services and amenities. A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place this week at Riverside Quarter hosted by David

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Barratt has said it will build fewer new homes this year than previously predicted, despite witnessing an upturn in post-Christmas demand for its properties. The housebuilder warned last month that it had seen a “marked slowdown” in sales in the final months of last year as spiralling mo

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Barratt Developments said it has significantly reduced land approvals and paused the recruitment of new employees in response to current market conditions.

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Barratt West Scotland and East Ayrshire Council have partnered on its first affordable housing project to bring 21 affordable housing units within the grounds of a new housing development at The Scholars in Kilmarnock. The affordable houses were delivered as part of a larger private housing developm

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A significant affordable housing development delivered by Cairn Housing Association and its partners Barratt has officially opened to meet local housing needs in Mora. Developed with the support of the Scottish Government and Moray Council, and in partnership with Highland Housing Alliance, the 28 h

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South Lanarkshire Council has approved two major Hamilton housing developments with a total of more than 700 houses to be built across the two projects. The proposals were made separately by Barratt Homes and Cala Homes but considered together by the council. Both proposals were approved and will be

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