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Community Regeneration

Keepmoat is at the forefront of transforming Britain’s communities - helping create better places for future generations to live, work and play.

Community regeneration is at the heart of our offer and we deliver major regeneration schemes and Public Private Partnership projects that bring together a wide range of new facilities and services for communities. We can provide made-to-order solutions in: 

  • Large scale refurbishment programmes
  • Large scale new build housing
  • Senior living accommodation
  • Public and commercial buildings

Our commitment to delivering great value and high quality services on time, every time has seen us build long-lasting relationships with councils, registered housing providers and developers across the UK.  

And with 22 regional offices throughout the country we are able to employ local staff to work directly in the communities where we operate. 

We have the expertise, resources and local knowledge to meet all your regeneration needs – no matter how big or small your project may be. 

We specialise in working in a wide variety of scenarios including occupied buildings, housing, schools, colleges and universities, libraries and community centres, and retail and commercial premises, as well as facilities for the health and emergency services sectors. 

The key to our success is working together to find solutions – from sourcing financing opportunities for your projects to managing your reputation during work.

  • Nick Ash

    Regeneration Managing Director

    The Waterfront
    Lakeside Boulevard

    Doncaster, South Yorkshire

    DN4 5PL

     

  • Simon Lacey

    Regeneration Regional Managing Director London

    Conquest House, 
    Church Street,
    Waltham Abbey,
    Essex, EN9 1DX

     

  • Dan Germann

    Regeneration Regional Managing Director Southern

    950 Capability Green, 
    Luton,
    LU1 3LU

     

  • David Ward

    Regeneration Regional Managing Director Northern

    Merchant House,
    Unit 12 Merchant Court,
    Monkton Business Park South,
    Koppers Way, Hebburn,
    Tyne and Wear, NE31 2EX

     

  • Martin Smithhurst

    Regeneration Regional Managing Director Central

    Callflex Business Park
    Golden Smithies Lane
    Wath Upon Dearne
    Rotherham, S63 7ER

     

Highlight Project: Scott Hall Square

  • 24-home new build project
  • Houses and bungalows for rent and affordable ownership
  • Employment and skills opportunities created for local people
  • First new homes in deprived area in 10 years

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Wolverhampton Homes

  • Five-year project to improve social housing standards
  • Dedicated team working on site for project duration
  • Substantial cost savings delivered to client 
  • High levels of community engagement 
  • Employment and training opportunities generated for local people

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West Gorton, Manchester

  • Manchester's first new council homes in 20 years 
  • Built to Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 standard
  • High level of resident and stakeholder collaboration throughout
  • Significant step in Gorton's regeneration 

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Ratcliffe Park, St Helens

  • Groundbreaking project to resurrect fortunes of an unpopular 1960s estate
  • Mix of affordable homes to rent and buy
  • Focus on energy efficiency to drive down residents' bills 
  • Strong community engagement throughout
  • Gold CABE Building for Life Award

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Varna Community Primary School, Manchester

  • New build 420 pupil primary school
  • Replacement for existing 100-year-old building
  • Cutting edge indoor and outdoor learning facilities 
  • Building in top 10% of UK schools for sustainability

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One Vision, Sefton

  • Flagship project to transform three high-rise tower blocks 
  • Extra storeys and new facades added
  • Sustainable Homes standards achieved 
  • Sensitive delivery of project generated high levels of client and customer satisfaction 

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