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A Scottish housebuilder spurred an audience of 576 to “dig deep” and give £101,000 to allow children and young people living with cancer to enjoy a family retreat in a purpose built sanctuary at Loch Venachar near Callander. Barratt Homes West Scotland organised the charity dinner

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Housebuilder Barratt Developments has reported a rise in half-year sales and profits as it continues to benefit from operating efficiencies. The country’s largest housebuilder posted a 7.2% rise in revenues to £2.1 billion in the six months to December 31, while pre-tax profits jumped 19

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Housebuilder Barratt Developments has launched a community fund in Scotland to improve and support the lives of local communities in and around its developments. The Barratt and David Wilson Homes Community Fund will donate a total of £3,000 each month to three different charities or organisat

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Barratt North Scotland has submitted an appeal with the Scottish Government over the refusal of planning permission for 121 new homes at Newtonhill The housebuilder had planned to deliver 109 houses and 12 flats on a site near Park Place in the Aberdeenshire village. A quarter of the properties are

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The activity of housebuilder Barratt Developments over the past year has delivered a £227 million boost to the UK economy, a new report revealed. The group, which includes both Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes, has built 1,729 new homes in Scotland and supported more than 3,700 jobs during

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Councillors have deferred a decision on plans to build 121 homes in an Aberdeenshire village amid concerns over local infrastructure. Barratt North Scotland had proposed the development of 109 houses and 12 flats on a site near Park Place in Newtonhill.

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Four Aberdeenshire communities are the latest to benefit from the local authority’s new-build housing strategy with 50 new homes for rent being completed across the developments. A total of 22 flats and houses at Lyall Terrace, Laurencekirk, were recently handed over to Aberdeenshire Council b

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Douglas McLeod Barratt Developments Scotland is to deliver more than 2,500 new homes across the country following its acquisition of 14 new sites for development, with another 10 new sites in the pipeline.

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Barratt Homes will be the latest developer to invest in homes at Aberdeen’s newest town of Countesswells, following its acquisition of almost nine acres of land at the community. The housebuilder joins Stewart Milne Homes and Kirkwood Homes at the location, which has been backed and accelerated by

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