Barratt Developments

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Proposals have been unveiled for 144 homes at the former Neptune Work site in Ayr. Barratt Homes has lodged a proposal of application notice for the potential development, which has been approved by South Ayrshire Council.

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Barratt Homes Scotland and the RSPB have launched a project designed to inspire and advise everyone on how to turn their outdoor spaces into havens for wildlife – whether it be a garden, balcony, yard, or community green space. The Nature on Your Doorstep project comes after a year in lockdown

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland and Barratt Homes West Scotland have commenced construction for a new development of 638 homes at Torrance Place in Holytown, North Lanarkshire, signalling the start of phase two of the overall masterplan. Phase two of the masterplan will see the construction of 638 two,

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Four organisations have each received a £1,000 donation as part of Barratt Developments’ first 2021 Community Fund giveaway. St Andrews Hospice and LifeSavers Scotland received donations from Barratt Developments West Scotland, while Barratt Developments East Scotland awar

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Barratt Homes West Scotland has returned with a revised proposal for a new housing estate in Cambusbarron with almost a third fewer homes than its previous application. The developer lost its bid to overturn Stirling Council’s refusal of the 265-home plan for the Seven Sist

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Barratt Homes West Scotland and CALA Homes (West) have achieved planning consent from North Lanarkshire Council to create a high-quality residential development in Stepps which will bolster the local community with essential housing options. The Gateside Farm site, near the M80, will see the constru

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Despite the challenges of the past year, Barratt Developments Scotland has made a substantial contribution of £245 million to the UK economy and supported hundreds of other organisations in the supply chain. In the year ending 30 June 2020, Barratt Developments Scotland has also completed 1,34

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Barratt Homes has teamed up with the British Interplanetary Society (BIS) to uncover exactly how a fully liveable home would look and operate within the hostile environment of the Moon.

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Phase one of the 1,500 housing development at Findrassie in Elgin has been given the go-ahead by Moray Council. Representatives on the planning and regulatory services committee accepted officer recommendations to grant planning permission to Barratt North Scotland for the first 113 homes of the 8.6

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