Barratt Developments

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Barratt Developments is celebrating a record-breaking Christmas with its final Community Fund donations after its charitable efforts topped more than £46,000 in donations across Scotland, including £12,000 in the West of Scotland.

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Barratt Developments has announced plans to further prioritise wildlife on all of its new Scottish developments by 2023 by creating dedicated space for local biodiversity conservation, installing a range of wildlife-friendly features and following expert advice from wildlife charity R

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Barratt Homes West Scotland has cited support for its proposed residential development at Monkton from a local MSP, the Ayrshire Chamber of Commerce and three leading housing associations as the planning application is prepared to go before South Ayrshire Council’s full council meeti

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Homes for Scotland has unveiled the shortlisted candidates for its Development of the Year - large. The trade body has announced there will be no winners of its 2020 Awards this year, but all shortlisted candidates will be revealed to recognise the efforts of successful submissions.

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Homes for Scotland has unveiled the shortlisted candidates for its Development of the Year - medium. The trade body has announced there will be no winners of its 2020 Awards this year, but all shortlisted candidates will be revealed to recognise the efforts of successful submissions.

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Barratt Homes has donated and fundraised over £6,800 to help local initiatives across the east of Scotland. From January to June, the Edinburgh School Uniform Bank, PlayMidlothian, Cramond Playgroup, Social Bite, Edinburgh Women’s Aid and Ashlee’s Neuroblastoma Appeal all received

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Barratt Homes West Scotland has lost its appeal against Stirling Council’s refusal for 265 new homes to be built in Cambusbarron. Councillors rejected plans for the Seven Sisters Field development off Polmaise Road in December, which had attracted a 230 signature petition from locals.

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Barratt Homes has donated £1,000 to a foodbank in the west of Scotland, to help continue providing food and support to those in need. Coatbridge Community Foodbank received £1,000 as part of Barratt Homes Scotland West’s Community Fund, and will be using its donation

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