Three Renfrewshire school leavers have secured modern and trade apprenticeships with Keepmoat, in partnership with Renfrewshire Council’s award-winning Modern Apprenticeship Programme, which finds jobs for young workers.
James Cameron (18) and Jake Cowan (18), both from Paisley, secured...Read more
Housing and regeneration specialist Keepmoat has secured contracts worth more than £12 million in the North East including a £3.9 million contract with Newcastle City Council to build a mixed development of homes for private sale as well as social rented properties.
Construction work...Read more
A talented young plasterer employed by social housing and regeneration specialist Keepmoat has been named ‘Apprentice of the Year’ at the first annual Generation for Change (G4C) awards ceremony.
Kwami Thompson, 20 from Little London in Leeds, was presented with the award on Friday (13th...Read more
Plans to create 430 new family homes in Charlestown Riverside – and create new apprenticeships for Salford youngsters - have taken another step forward.
Keepmoat has been appointed by Salford City Council as its preferred developer partner to transform and regenerate the neighbourhood...Read more
Shadow Housing Minister, Emma Reynolds, has paid a visit to Moss Road Estate in Chadsmoor where Keepmoat is constructing the first council homes in the District for 25 years.
It was a homecoming for the Minister, who is now the MP for Wolverhampton North East, as her grandparents are...Read more
Housing and regeneration specialist, Keepmoat, has continued to invest in the local community by supporting and undertaking a number of improvements to the Salford Arts Theatre, located in the heart of Pendleton, Salford.
The 112 seat Theatre, which is completely self-funded, is a key...Read more
Keepmoat and the Homes and Communities Agency’s (HCA) new development in Allerton Bywater, south east of Leeds and just two miles north of Castleford is part of the wider Millennium Community Development, officially entered its final phase on Friday 6th February.
The ‘sod cutting’...Read more
Housing and regeneration specialist, Keepmoat, has been appointed to provide up to 1,050 homes, a new local centre and contributions to the Gedling Access Road as part of plans for a new urban development at the 50 hectare former Gedling Colliery site.
The residential development will...Read more
The Midlands branch of housing and regeneration specialist, Keepmoat, is celebrating a significant milestone after handing over the keys to its 2000th home in the region.
Keepmoat currently employs 152 people in the Midlands and has 12 active developments reaching from Nottingham across...Read more