Housing developer Keepmoat Homes has unveiled a new range of family homes to reserve off plan at its stunning development at Newton Aycliffe in County Durham.
Located off Cobblers Lane in Newton Aycliffe, The Woodlands is in an excellent location, situated just nine miles from...Read more
A brand new housing development near Hartlepool town centre is gathering pace with homes already available to reserve off plan.
Alexandra Square on Raby Road is Keepmoat Homes’ latest development, which includes a mix of two and three bedroom homes that are ideal for first time...Read more
New show homes at The Rise in Scotswood open at the weekend – offering a glimpse of what life in the new community will be like.
Developers involved in the £265 million public/private joint venture – Barratt Homes and Keepmoat Homes – have each built three houses for viewing.
MAYOR LAUNCHES NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
The Mayor of South Tyneside, Councillor Ernest Gibson joined representatives from national housing developer Keepmoat to cut the first sod of an exciting new housing development in South Shields.
The £4m...Read more
Already a number of the new homes released for sale at The Rise in Scotswood have been snapped up.
Several reservations came even before six show homes opened at the riverside site, which offers sweeping views across the Tyne Valley to the Angel of the North.
Sales executives have...Read more
A Hull regeneration scheme which is transforming the area of Newington and St. Andrews into a vibrant and thriving community, has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.
Housing and regeneration specialist, Keepmoat, has been working in partnership with Hull City Council and Places for...Read more
Stuart Deamer is celebrating National Apprenticeship Week after getting a second chance in life thanks to a new job with housing repairs and maintenance specialist Keepmoat Property Services and housing provider Circle Housing Russet.
The 38-year-old, from Tonbridge in Kent, went from...Read more
John-Mark Sutcliffe from Handsworth is celebrating National Apprenticeship Week after carving out a promising career in carpentry.
Having completed a three year Carpentry Diploma at South Birmingham College is now proving his proficiency with a plane to make the grade with national...Read more
A 52-year-old apprentice who switched careers after being made redundant is finding a new purpose in life working on a major housing regeneration project in Leeds.
Trainee joiner Paul Stevens is now two years in to an apprenticeship with housing and regeneration specialist Keepmoat,...Read more
National Apprenticeship Week saw Keepmoat’s Operations Manager for Wales dust off his toolbox as he went back to the floor to rediscover what it was like to be a plumbing apprentice.
Tony Hughes picked up his tools for the first time in 26 years as he shadowed 19-year-old Lewis Price who...Read more