Keepmoat

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Following the launch of two newly built showhomes and an on-site sales office, national housebuilder Keepmoat Homes is now welcoming the public on site to visit the £250 million regeneration project, located a mile north of Glasgow city centre.

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Councillors have approved plans by Keepmoat Homes to deliver 48 new homes on vacant land in Dalmarnock. The developer intends to build 34 three-bedroom homes, ten two-bedroom properties and four four-bedroom townhouses for private sale at a site bordered by Carstairs Street, French Street, Webs

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Keepmoat Homes has unveiled a name for its flagship development at Sighthill in Glasgow as work prepares to get under way. The development, which is part of the Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area, the largest project of its kind outside of London, will feature 824 new homes when it is comp

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A housing investment fund set up last year by the Scottish Government and Places for People Group’s fund management arm has acquired its first two developments. Housing minister Kevin Stewart launched the multi-million pound investment last year to deliver mid-market rent homes across the coun

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Partnership home builder Keepmoat Homes has announced the appointment of its first female regional managing director. Beth McNeil, who joined Keepmoat Homes in 2015, has been promoted to the role of regional managing director for the business’ Scottish operations having previously served as op

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Keepmoat Homes has marked the end of its second year of operations in Scotland with the senior appointment of Peter Matthews as new regional managing director. The homebuilder opened its regional office in Glasgow in 2016 and since then has brought over 200 new homes to the country through a number

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A masterplan of the Sighthill regenration area Glasgow City Council has now signed an agreement with Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) and Keepmoat Homes to deliver more than 800 new homes at the city’s Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA).

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(from left) Colin Campbell (site manager, Keepmoat Homes), George Laing (clerk of works, Hanover Scotland), Mark Farey (director of asset management, Hanover Scotland), Cllr Philip Saxton (housing & customer services portfolio holder, South Ayrshire Council), Jim Kennedy (architectural manager,

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