David Thomas Britain’s biggest house builder Barratt remains confident in its outlook for the full year after it managed to lift completions by 9.4 per cent to 7,626 homes in the first half.
Douglas Mcleod A study into the socio-economic footprint of Barratt Developments has found that the housebuilder’s Scottish operations have contributed more than £250 million to the economy during the past year.
Revised plans for a housing and retail development on the outskirts of Stonehaven have been lodged with Aberdeenshire Council. The new proposals for the Mill of Forest site include the delivery of a new supermarket, community facilities, employment land, a hotel and 500 homes, 125 of which will be a
Drum Property Group and Barratt North Scotland will hold a public exhibition today to showcase revised mixed use development proposals for Mill of Forest, Stonehaven. The new proposals include the delivery of a new supermarket, community facilities, employment land, a hotel and 500 homes as well as
David Thomas Barratt Developments has reported a record 45 per cent jump in profits on the back of continued strong demand for new homes.
Victoria Gray Victoria Gray has become the latest graduate to join the Barratt North Scotland team as the company continues to bring new talent to the construction industry.
Douglas McLeod, regional director for Barratt Scotland, with Willie Donald who celebrates 45 years service A group of long serving employees at Barratt North Scotland is celebrating after clocking up almost four centuries of service between them this summer.
Barratt Homes has unveiled plans to deliver 96 affordable homes at three housing developments across Edinburgh, which are collectively worth in excess of £10 million. The housebuilder is currently constructing 44 social housing apartments at its flagship Dalmeny Park development in South Queensferr
Barratt Scotland’s construction team picked up six prizes at this year’s NHBC Pride in the Job Awards - the highest number secured in one year by the housebuilder to date. Now in their 35th year, the National House-Building Council's Pride in the Job Awards recognise the unique personal contribu
Barratt Homes is recruiting 20 new apprentices in Scotland this year as part of its ongoing commitment to bridge the skills gap in the construction sector. The Barratt Academy – Barratt Homes’ apprenticeship programme – is a four year course which combines education and paid employment to buil
Craig McFarlane Barratt Homes has promoted Craig McFarlane to the position of construction director in the West of Scotland.
Plans to create 323 new homes on the site of the former Royal Cornhill Hospital have been supported by Aberdeen City Council. The council’s planning development management committee expressed a willingness to approve the scheme from Stewart Milne Homes, Barratt East Scotland and NHS Grampian, subj
Housebuilder Barratt has reported its strongest start to the year for sales in Scotland for eight years. The firm said it secured nearly 190 sales in January, up 15 per cent on a year ago, with some of its Scottish sites “selling at twenty per cent above the UK average of 0.58 sales per week per s
Barratt Homes is to deliver 2,100 new homes across 13 new sites in Scotland after citing “a strong recovery in the housing market following the launch of the Help to Buy scheme”. The housebuilder said its expansion north of the Border underpins employment for about 4000 new and existing jobs.
Sir Tom Hunter Sir Tom Hunter has made a £100 million investment in a scheme for a new village in West Lothian.