Barratt Homes West Scotland has applied for the demolition and rebuild of two properties at its Highland Gate development in Kildean. The housebuilder said the work was necessary due to the “rare circumstances of failed foundations”.
More than half of Scots are spending their time at home in the cold and dark for fear of rising household bills, according to new research which lays bare the impact of the cost-of-living crisis.
Barratt Homes spurred on an audience of just over 600 to “dig deep” and raise an incredible £170,000 of which every penny will go towards providing support for families facing difficult times.
Planning permission has been granted for 132 homes with associated infrastructure and landscaping at a site in Eliburn, Livingston.
Barratt has said it will build fewer new homes this year than previously predicted, despite witnessing an upturn in post-Christmas demand for its properties. The housebuilder warned last month that it had seen a “marked slowdown” in sales in the final months of last year as spiralling mo
Barratt Developments Scotland has welcomed Kilmarnock and Loudoun MP, Alan Brown, to its Lairds Brae development to congratulate its site manager on winning a top housebuilding award. Mr Brown visited the Kilmarnock development, based in Southcraig Avenue, to meet with David Scott, managing director
Barratt Developments said it has significantly reduced land approvals and paused the recruitment of new employees in response to current market conditions.
Barratt Developments is celebrating a year of giving after donating more than £189,000 to good causes across Scotland. Each year, the housebuilder supports a wide range of organisations promoting health, employability and care among many other causes. This is done through various charity initi
The Grampian Housing Association Group in partnership with Barratt & David Wilson Homes North Scotland has handed over the keys to the final 20 new homes to delighted tenants who will move into Osprey Heights in Inverurie before Christmas. The final phase of this balanced community project is th
New homeowners could receive £750 towards monthly mortgage repayments thanks to a new initiative launched by Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes. The mortgage contribution initiative will see the housebuilder contribute £750 for every £25,000 of the purchase price of the property,
Barratt West Scotland and East Ayrshire Council have partnered on its first affordable housing project to bring 21 affordable housing units within the grounds of a new housing development at The Scholars in Kilmarnock. The affordable houses were delivered as part of a larger private housing developm
A significant affordable housing development delivered by Cairn Housing Association and its partners Barratt has officially opened to meet local housing needs in Mora. Developed with the support of the Scottish Government and Moray Council, and in partnership with Highland Housing Alliance, the 28 h
Barratt Developments has announced plans to increase its workforce and invest in new plant development at Selkirk-based Oregon Timber Frame Limited, following its acquisition by the housebuilder in 2019. The plans will see the creation of around 40 new jobs in the Borders community, the extension of
Rising interest rates and market uncertainty have caused housebuilder Barratt Developments to admit its outlook for the year was “less certain”, though home completions are likely to be broadly in line with the previous year. Issuing a trading update, the firm told shareholders
One of Scotland’s leading house builders is seeking skilled workers, sub-contractors and suppliers from across Aberdeen, Inverness, Moray and Tayside to help fulfil demand for new homes. Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Scotland are hosting their annual 5 Star Partners Event at the Village