As part of its Community Fund initiative, Barratt Developments Yorkshire East donated £1,000 to Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, a charity in East Yorkshire.
A Nature Reserve near David Wilson Homes’ Edwin Vale development in Doncaster is one of the more than 100 nature reserves supported by the charity. Wildlife and wild places are conserved, protected, and restored by the charity.
Local housebuilder, Barratt Developments Yorkshire East, has donated £1,000 as part of its Community Fund initiative to Dove House Hospice, a charity that cares for people at the end of their lives, with life-limiting illnesses and local families who need bereavement support.
The chosen charity has been caring for patients for almost 40 years, offering support in a number of ways.
Barratt Developments Yorkshire East has announced Yorkshire Air Ambulance as its charity of the year for 2022.
The chosen charity, Yorkshire Air Ambulance, is an independent organisation that provides a lifesaving rapid response emergency service to five million people across communities in Yorkshire and relies on the generosity of individuals and organisations to ensure the service can continue.
Barratt Developments Yorkshire East is celebrating the success of its Apprenticeship Scheme as seven new apprentices begin their careers with the housebuilder.
As part of Barratt Developments’ ongoing Apprenticeship Scheme, seven students are able to gain unparalleled experience in the construction industry whilst obtaining the qualifications they need to be successful in their careers.
Two site managers from Barratt Developments Yorkshire East have won a top national award for the quality of the homes they are building in Hull.
Paul Dearnley, Site Manager at the housebuilder’s Hesslewood Park development in Hessle and Mark Greenley from Harrier Chase in Brough, each landed a Pride in the Job Quality Award from the National House Building Council (NHBC) having impressed judges with their dedication, passion, commitment, and leadership.
Over the past year it’s fair to say that our lives have changed dramatically and, after the UK Government announced a third national lockdown recently, it seems as though the route back to normality is still some time away.
However, as with most things, we’re learning to adapt to a new normal and continue with everyday life as best we can and that doesn’t stop when it comes to buying a new home.
Local housebuilder, Barratt Developments Yorkshire East is celebrating its ongoing partnership with wildlife charity Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) by announcing plans to add further wildlife-friendly features to its new sites across Hull.
With below-average temperatures and snow currently blanketing much of Yorkshire, households across the country are feeling the chill.
During this freezing weather, Barratt Developments Yorkshire East has found that buyers could enjoy considerable savings on their living costs by being savvier when it comes to the energy efficiency of their prospective new home.
Five-star housebuilder, Barratt Developments Yorkshire East, is honouring war veterans and volunteers from the Cottingham branch of The Royal British Legion, with 11 acts of kindness and a £1,000 donation, this Armistice Day.
To mark Armistice Day on the 11 November, and to say thank you to the volunteers of the Cottingham branch of The Royal British Legion for their dedication and continuous hard work, Barratt Developments Yorkshire East has donated an act of kindness to 11 different members.
Homebuyers looking to upsize in Hull are set to enjoy the rewards of the change in Stamp Duty rules following the recent Budget announcement.
Welcome savings on a new home have been made possible as a result of the Budget, in which the Chancellor announced there will be no Stamp Duty to pay on properties up to the value of £500,000 on sales taking place before 31 March 2021.
Barratt David Wilson Homes and the Brough South Consortium has submitted a reserved matters application to East Riding of Yorkshire Council. The application is for the development of 225 new homes on land off Ings Lane, in Brough.
The proposed development forms part of Brough South, an exciting residential, retail and commercial development, delivering new opportunities to the already thriving town.