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Wates to build 386 new homes in Barking and Dagenham

Wates has been appointed by Be First to build 386 new homes in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, 228 of which will be affordable and with rents starting from £135 a week.
Grahame Park

Wates appointed to Grahame Park regeneration in Colindale

Wates Residential, part of the Wates Group, has been appointed by Notting Hill Genesis to deliver the first 209 mixed-tenure homes of the next stage of the regeneration of Grahame Park, Barnet’s largest housing estate, located in Colindale.
regeneration project

Wates appointed to £10m regeneration project in Camden

Wates Construction has been appointed by the London Borough of Camden to deliver the latest phase of a mixed-use regeneration project near Abbey Road.
mechanical and electrical, M&E, works,

Wates facilities management arm wins three contracts

Wates FM has been appointed to three new contracts in the legal, property management and global commercial real estate sectors.
Wates Group

Wates ends year with record order book of £6.6bn

In one of the most challenging years in its 124-year history, Wates Group secured £2.4bn of new work in 2020 enabling it to end the year with a record forward order book of £6.6bn, up 13.5% from 2019.
Inna Lim, Wates Integrated Construction Services, WICS,

Wates appoints new strategy director to drive integrated business

Wates Construction Group has appointed Inna Lim as the new strategy and integration director for its recently formed group of businesses, Wates Integrated Construction Services (WICS).
Wates Innovation Network

Wates launches online portal to lift net-zero transition

Wates Group has launched the Wates Innovation Network (WIN) portal, a self-service, interactive and intelligent marketplace for sustainable innovation.
Gibside SEN School, SEN school

Wates hands over Gibside SEN School for Gateshead Council

Wates Construction has completed its first project for Gateshead Council with the delivery of a new £12m school for children with special educational needs (SEN).
Worthington Primary School

Wates completes £1.6m Worthington Primary School extension

Wates delivered the £1.6m project through the North West Construction Hub framework on behalf of Trafford Council and has provided four additional classrooms as well as new WC facilities.
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Wates launches social housing energy service

Wates has launched a new service which will help social landlords to prepare their housing stock to meet zero carbon obligations.

Wates to become real living wage provider

Wates has confirmed that every one of its business units will achieve Living Wage Recognised Service Provider (RSP) status within five years.
Baerbel Schuett, Wates,

Wates Residential appoints new development director

Baerbel Schuett has been appointed as Wates Residential’s new development director, with immediate effect.
Braywick Park

Wates completes £33m leisure centre in Maidenhead

Braywick is the latest completion for Wates in the leisure sector, the £33m facility was built to replace the Magnet Leisure Centre.
Iain Sutton

Wates’ senior team member joins Crossfield Group

The Crossfield Group has appointed Iain Sutton, previously in senior roles at Wates for 22 years, as the head of operations.
Sam Hagans, Wates Smartspace

Wates Smartspace appoints new commercial director

Wates Smartspace has announced the appointment of Sam Hagans as commercial director, the announcement follows the recent promotion of former commercial director, Scott Camp, to the position of managing director.
take a minute, World Suicide Prevention Day,

Wates launches suicide awareness campaign for workers

Wates is encouraging its colleagues to ‘take a minute’ as the UK suicide rates have soared, with the highest level of male suicides in two decades, and the highest rate of female suicides since 2004 according to ONS figures.
housing repairs,

Wates begins housing repairs for Crawley Borough Council

Wates has started a ten-year contract of housing repairs for Crawley Borough Council in the middle of a pandemic, after assembling its teams using virtual and social distancing mobilisation measures.
Scott Camp

Wates appoints new MD to its Smartspace division

Wates has appointed Scott Camp as the new managing director of its £145m specialist fit-out and refurbishment division, Wates Smartspace.
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Wates wins £7m high-rise maintenance work contract

Wates Living Space has been appointed by The Guinness Partnership to deliver maintenance work on two high rise schemes worth £7m.
whitehaven academy school

Wates wins £16m Whitehaven Academy contract

Wates Construction has been awarded a £16m contract to build Whitehaven Academy School’s second educational facility.
organisational changes,

Wates to focus on housing and offsite manufacturing

Wates has unveiled a series of organisational changes, including a major commitment to housing and an intensified focus on design and offsite manufacturing.
Old Bailey,

Wates FM wins three-year contract at Barings’ Old Bailey

Wates Facilities Management (FM) has secured a contract over a three-year period at Barings’ Old Bailey premises in London.
Neil Brackenridge

BESA elects new president for 2020/21

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has appointed Neil Brackenridge as president for 2020/21, he succeeds John Norfolk of Imtech Engineering Services.

Plans submitted for £1bn Waterloo Estate regeneration

Havering Council and Wates Residential have submitted plans for the Waterloo Estate, the largest council estate regeneration planning application to be submitted this year in London.
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Jason Knights steps down from SES Engineering Services

Wates has announced that Jason Knights, managing director of SES Engineering Services, is leaving its construction business.

Wates announces 300 redundancies amid pandemic

Wates Group has announced redundancies that will reduce staff numbers by approximately 300 in response to the economic impact of the coronavirus.