Barratt Homes

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A bid by West Dunbartonshire Council to overturn the Scottish Government’s approval of 99 homes on greenbelt land in Clydebank has been refused by the UK Supreme Court. Councillors had unanimously opposed the original plans by Barratt Homes for the development at Duntiglennan Fi

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Funding provided by developers of new homes in north west Edinburgh has led to a route extension of the popular 41 Lothian bus service and a boost to public transport in the wider area. A new bus terminus – part of the Cammo Meadows development off Maybury Road – will promote greater use

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The Homes For Scotland Awards 2022 took place on May 20 at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, bringing together key players from the Scottish construction industry to celebrate the sector’s greatest achievements from an array of innovative home building projects across the country.

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Barratt Developments has announced plans to open 14 new sites creating 2,316 new homes across Scotland during the course of 2022. As part of its new build programme, Barratt will also continue to increase its investment in land after successfully acquiring and securing planning permission for new de

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Barratt Developments Scotland - which includes Barratt Homes, David Wilson Homes and Oregon Timber Frame Ltd – is donating £50,000 to charities fighting homelessness across Scotland. Five charities spanning the length and breadth of Scotland have received a share of the funds, which will

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Barratt Developments Scotland, which includes Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes, has made a substantial contribution of £256 million to the Scottish economy and supported hundreds of other organisations in the supply chain. In the year ending 30 June 2021, Barratt Developments Scotland also

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The Scottish home building sector’s top honours for this year have been revealed, with Barratt and David Wilson Homes awarded Home Builder of the Year and Wheatley Group awarded RSL of the Year by trade body Homes for Scotland (HFS). Announced virtually for the first time, with the programme f

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Derelict brownfield land in Leith is set to be transformed into two new housing developments thanks to Barratt Homes. The housebuilder has started construction of 212 homes on Baltic Street and plans for a 115 home development on South Fort Street are well underway. Named Merchant Quay and Heron Ban

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