Barratt Developments

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Barratt Homes East Scotland is celebrating after four of its site managers received prestigious industry accolades for their stellar work. Colin Graham of Dollar, Clackmannanshire, Peter Lawrie of Dunfermline, Barrie Mitchell of Inverkeithing and Ewan MacLean from Stirling received ‘Pride in t

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New home warranty and insurance provider NHBC has named Jeff Calder, John Dawson and Alan Wharton of Barratt Homes in the first round of its flagship competition for their sites in Inverness. The competition is dedicated to recognising site managers who achieve the highest standards in house buildin

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Housebuilder Barratt Developments has said that it expects annual profit to beat market forecasts after it delivered a record number of home completions and improved margins. In a trading update for the year ended June 30, the company said pre-tax profit would be around £910 million, up from &

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Three female students who completed a Construction Pre-Apprenticeship course at New College Lanarkshire have secured Modern Apprenticeships in joinery. Hollie McArthur beat scores of other applicants to gain a job as an apprentice joiner with Barratt Homes.

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Barratt West Scotland is celebrating after two of its site managers received prestigious industry accolades for their stellar work. Matt McLaughlin of Mauchline (East Ayrshire) and David Blair of Largs (North Ayrshire) both received ‘Pride in the Job’ awards from the National House Build

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An apprentice joiner training with Barratt North Scotland has fought off fierce competition to be named ‘Apprentice of the Year 2019’ at the Scottish Federation of Master Builders’ Awards. Jemma Sykes, 27, from Aberdeen, received her award last week during the Federation’s re

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Industry leaders and stakeholders joined together this week to learn about the Advanced Industrialised Methods for the Construction of Homes (AIMCH) project aims to transform how homes are built through industrialisation. Funded by Innovate UK, AIMCH is a collaborative innovation project with the am

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Barratt Developments has outlined a commitment to drive down build costs using modern methods of construction. In a trading update today the company said its continued development, trialling and implementation of these methods will result in them being used in the construction of 20% of its homes by

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The Scottish Government has paved the way for the development of 121 homes in a coastal Aberdeenshire village. Barratt North Scotland had planned to deliver 109 houses and 12 flats on a site near Park Place in Newtonhill. A quarter of the properties are for affordable housing.

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An Edinburgh-based youth homelessness prevention organisation has been chosen by Barratt East as its charity partner of the year as it sets out its corporate social responsibility programme for 2019. Through its mission to support young people in building a better future, The Rock Trust’s visi

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