To cater to the increasing demand for modern homes with extra breathing room and flexible living solutions, Barratt Homes has introduced the ‘Lauriston’ townhouse to Aberdeen.
Construction of controversial housing development to start this year, after Scottish Government overturns Aberdeenshire Council
Work on a controversial housing development, which attracted more than 650 letters of objection, will start this year, after the Scottish Government overturned a decision by Aberdeenshire Council to refuse the application.
As summer temperatures rise, housebuilders Barratt Homes have unveiled a scorching series of offers in and around Inverness.
Rising summer temperatures and scorching sun have Barratt Homes unveiling a series of burning offers on properties in and around Aberdeen.
Those of a certain age will remember the iconic 1970s advert for housebuilder Barratt which saw actor Patrick Allen leap out of a helicopter landing at a new development.
Christmas has come early for Friends of Anchor with a generous donation of £50,000.
Plans for a major new housing development at a north-east village have been held up amid concerns over local infrastructure. Planning chiefs had backed Barratt North Scotland’s proposals for 121 new homes at Newtonhill. However, at a meeting of Aberdeenshire Council’s Kincardine and Deeside area committee yesterday, councillors moved to defer the decision.
For those looking for an extra special Christmas, Barratt Homes has several properties available to move in to just in time for Santa visiting.
Older first-time buyers are moving out of the city centre and into more rural developments, writes Susan Welsh.
Buying a new home can be a stressful process, but with Barratt Homes’ Part Exchange many of these worries needn’t be necessary.
With so many products and incentives currently available in the market place, buying a new home can be a confusing business. But thankfully, housebuilders like Barratt Homes are working hard to demystify the process and make buying easy with a range of schemes, including part exchange.
Westburn Park offers city slickers a leafy summer retreat filled with open spaces, grass areas and mature trees away from the hustle and bustle of the nearby busy city centre.
With so much variety and choice available to buyers, the process of purchasing a home can often be full of big decisions. From choosing between house types and priority amenities, to locations and budgets, buyers really do have a lot to think about. But, there is one decision that should be a no-brainer, and that is choosing to buy new with Barratt Homes.
A granite monument dating back nearly 200 years has been restored as part of a new housing development.
A brand new £3.7million housing development has been unveiled in the north-east.
A fresh image has been unveiled showing how a housing development on the site of a former north-east hospital will look when completed.
Football really is coming home for Cove Rangers supporters.
Multimillion pound plans have been lodged for the next phase of a controversial new 222-home neighbourhood in the south of Inverness.
Housebuilding rivals announced plans for more than 900 new homes across the north and north-east yesterday.
An Aberdeen children's charity has received a £20,000 donation from Barratt Homes.
Controversial plans to demolish an historic Aberdeen primary and replace it with dozens of new homes could take a step forward next week.
Barratt Homes in Bridge of Don is hosting a bake sale in aid of Marie Curie’s Blooming Great Tea Party fundraiser.
The decision by Barratt Homes to withdraw their plans to convert a former primary school in Aberdeen into 56 new homes was welcomed by objectors last night.
After buying your first new home, one of the first purchases tends to be your first bed.
From March 1, thousands of budding homeowners across the country will have the chance to apply for the Scottish Government’s Help to Buy Scheme. But how exactly does it work? Your Home lays down the facts Earlier this year, the Scottish Government confirmed its new Help to Buy scheme in a bid to make home ownership for house-hunters far more achievable than it has been in the past.
Around 100 homes could be built on a former paper mill site as part of plans for a new urban neighbourhood in Aberdeen.
Having launched in recent weeks, Barratt Homes’ much anticipated Ness Castle development in Inverness has enjoyed an excellent start, selling out its first two releases over just two weekends – prompting the early release of the final phase-one properties.
With more than 70 per cent of properties now sold, Barratt Homes’ luxury Den of Pitfodels development in Aberdeen has continued to prove popular with city buyers.
Since its launch in summer last year2014, Barratt Homes’ Mill Brae development in Bridge of Don has proven a major hit with first-time buyers, proving that owning a home in the city can be an affordable option for those looking for a first leg up on to the booming Aberdeen property ladder.
Did you have your eye on a property at Barratt Homes’ Den of Pitfodels development but miss out at the last minute?
Five good reasons to buy a new home now