Keepmoat Homes awarded delivery partner panel three status by the HCA across all five regions
13 September 2017
Keepmoat Homes has further strengthened its relationship with the HCA through its appointment to the DPP3 (Delivery Partner Panel Three) for all five UK regions: North East Yorkshire and the Humber, the North West, Midlands, East and South East and South and South West.
This is another significant step forward for Keepmoat Homes on its ambitious growth journey and further underpins its position as the UK’s leading partnership homebuilder.
Keepmoat Homes delivered over 2,800 new homes in 2017 and is planning to deliver 4,200 in the next financial year. This increase and the acceleration in delivery is fundamentally aligned with HCA drivers and the government agenda.
Peter Hindley, Chief Executive Officer of Keepmoat Homes, said:
“Our partnership with the Homes and Communities Agency is extremely important to our business. Together we are and will continue to unlock the right homes in the right areas, at greater speed.”
The improved DPP3 will speed up delivery of new homes even further by providing a simple and speedy procurement route for public sector organisations to appoint a developer or contractor.
“Over the last seven years, Keepmoat Homes has benefitted from £177m worth of HCA funding; and the Developer Partner Panel, in its two previous incarnations has also been instrumental in our growth. To date projects with a development value of more than £1.2 billion and delivering over 10,000 new homes have been secured via DPP 1 and DPP 2 so I’m confident that the new and improved DPP3 will help us to speed up the delivery of much needed new homes for the UK even further.”
Keepmoat Homes has also grown successfully through moving into new geographical areas and this is set to continue in the coming months as recent developments in the South West of England will see the business expand in that area to facilitate that growth.
“Our continued geographic growth means we are ideally placed to work with the HCA to deliver more homes across all areas covered by the new development partner panel.”
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