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Wates Construction has won a Pre-construction Services Agreement (PCSA) to build a luxury later living residence in Hampstead Heath for Riverstone
Dave Saville has been appointed as the new Wates regional managing director to support commercial, residential and infrastructure development in the North of England.
Wates Group CEO David Allen is stepping down after four years in the role, announces Chairman Sir James Wates CBE.
Wates Group and Willmott Dixon have been listed as The Times Top 50 Employers for Women 2022, the UK’s most highly profiled and well-established listing of employers striving for gender equality in the workplace.
Jon Dickman has been appointed as the new Needspace? managing director, to head up the flexible workspace company based in London and the South East.
Wates Group has won the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Sustainable Development category for the third time, having previously won in 2011 and 2016.
Wates Group has reported its highest-ever operating profit of £40m, securing £2.3bn of new work during 2021, and ended the year with a record forward order book of £7.1bn, up 7% from its previous record in 2020.
Wates Residential has been appointed by Brent Council to build 99 new council homes in Brent, Church End.
Wates Group has announced a new programme to bring 125 women into the construction industry by 2025, to accelerate gender diversity in construction.
Wates Group has announced it is joining the Northern Coalition on Skill to push apprenticeships and support the national levelling up agenda.
Wates have expanded their business in the Southwest with their new sustainable hybrid office Newbury HQ, with a recruitment drive that will boost jobs in the local area.
Students from St John Bosco College, in the London Borough of Wandsworth, have completed Wates' Beacon Programme - a new 11-week work experience scheme.
Wates Residential, part of leading construction, property services and development company Wates Group, campaigns for alternative and innovative technologies to ensure it meets its sustainability goals for net zero homes.
Wates Construction has started work on a new £40m Leeds affordable housing scheme in Middleton.
Wates has appointed Bekir Andrews, former sustainability boss at Balfour Beatty, as its new environmental sustainability director.
Wates, Arup and HKS Architects have joined forces to drive forward decarbonisation within hospital infrastructure, focusing on existing NHS estates.
Wates Group will use modern methods of construction to build some of the UK’s first net-zero schools, supporting the country’s ambitious climate goals.
Wates has appointed Esther English as its new corporate development director to lead the group’s strategic planning activities.
Wates has appointed a new senior healthcare team to drive future expansion in healthcare construction.
Wates Construction has handed over work on the £79.7m renovation of Royal College of Surgeons of England’s (RCS England) new headquarters in London.
Wates Group has launched a new online learning platform that provides learners with the opportunity to develop their skillset with the Company.
Wates has restructured to expand in existing sectors, such as education, and allow growth in all the areas it operates in.
Wates Living Space has been reappointed by Network Homes to continue the maintenance of the housing association’s 14,000 properties for a further five years.
Wates has announced the adoption of company-wide flexible working, as it aims to improve staff wellbeing and productivity.
Proposals for 1,380 new homes at Waterloo and Queen Street in Romford have been approved by Havering Council’s Strategic Planning Committee.
Wates Residential has appointed Nick Williams as its new production director to develop the company's operational strategy.