Barratt North Scotland has submitted a planning application to build 230 homes at the former James Keiller Buildings in Dundee's Mains Loan, the site where jam and marmalade under the same branding were made.
Barratt Developments announced today that it will pay shareholders a £350 million in special returns over the next two years as the housebuilder recorded the highest half-year home completion rate in 12 years. The firm said a further extension to its capital return plan will see proposed speci
Barratt Homes is recruiting 19 new apprentices this year as part of its ongoing commitment to tackling the skills shortage in the construction industry.
The Advanced Industrialised Methods for the Construction of Home (AIMCH) has published a research report to help the housebuilding sector better evaluate productivity and respond to future demands.
Plans for a 265-home development in Cambusbarron have been rejected by Stirling councillors.
Stirling Council's planning panel is set to discuss a 265-home development plan proposed for Cambusbarron.
The former Ayrshire College site in Kilmarnock is set to be transformed into a community of new homes as Barratt Homes starts work on the site.
Housebuilder Barratt Developments has delivered a £256 million boost to the UK economy over the past year, an increase of £29m from the previous year. During that period, the group built 1,862 new homes in Scotland (up from 1,729) and supported more than 4132 jobs (up from 3,700).
Barratt Homes has announced plans to launch a new development of 210 homes in Carnbroe.
Housebuilder Barratt Homes has submitted a planning application to South Ayrshire Council for a proposed residential development of approximately 300 homes in Monkton.
Barratt Developments Scotland has continued its drive to increase new home completion rates in line with demand with the acquisition of 16 new sites for development. During the first nine months of the year, the housebuilder, which includes both the Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes brands, acqui
Barratt West Scotland and North Lanarkshire Council have partnered on its third affordable housing project to bring the residents of Motherwell ten affordable housing units within the grounds of a new housing community at Colville Gate. (from left) Stuart Dodson, development director at Barratt West
Murray Estates has secured planning approval from North Lanarkshire Council for 638 homes at its Torrance Park site, east of Holytown.
Housebuilder Barratt Developments has moved to reassure investors it has the “resilience and flexibility” required to deal with the potential effects of Brexit. Issuing a trading update for the 15-week period from 1 July to 13 October yesterday, the FTSE 100 developer said it compl
Barratt North Scotland will mark this year’s World Mental Health Awareness Day with the appointment of 15 fully trained mental health first aiders, serving staff and contractors at sites and head offices across the region. The announcement formalises the housebuilder’s commitment to impr