Recent News

New immigration rules and the skills crisis.

Dean Watson looks at immigration and the skills crisis in the construction industry after Brexit.

Making communities more resilient to flooding.

John Woodhall examines the Government’s plans to reduce the impact of flooding on communities.

Raising quality standards of new homes.

James Shelley assesses the benefits of the New Homes Ombudsman to the UK’s house building sector.


Wakemans would like to reassure all our clients, consultant and contracting teams of our continuity of service.

West Midlands Benefits from Budget Bonanza

John Woodhall welcomes Budget support for West Midlands businesses.

James Helps Serve Up Warwickshire League Tennis Win

It’s four in a row for Knowle & Dorridge Racquets Club, which has clinched the 2019/20 Warwickshire Men’s Veteran’s League – with one match still to play!

Wakemans Enrols on Second Wolverhampton School Project

With its appointment on a second project at one of Wolverhampton’s most prestigious schools, national property and construction consultancy Wakemans is reaping the benefits of its education sector expertise.

In Brief – March 2020

Economy and market news round up
· Call to ‘Get Britain Building’ again.
· Constructing West Midlands 2 progresses.
· Regional office construction on the rise.

Goodyear Regeneration Project Wins Brownfield Award

Congratulations to St. Modwen on its success in this year’s Brownfield Awards, which saw the remediation of the former Goodyear tyre manufacturing works in Wolverhampton named as Best Urban Regeneration Project. Wakemans is proud to …

Wakemans on Board at £13 million London Travelodge

Wakemans is working with Travelodge, the UK’s first budget hotel brand, on a £13 million property in north London to meet growing demand for good quality, low-cost accommodation in the Capital.