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
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
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
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
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).
(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,
Glasgow City Council has announced the appointment of Keepmoat Homes as its preferred developer for the provision of more than 800 new homes through the residential development at the Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) in the city. The residential development will feature 826 new hom
Housebuilder Keepmoat has increased its revenue by 25% with underlying profits up by more than 30%. Keepmoat, which is headquartered in Doncaster and established a new Scotland division in 2015, increased revenue to £423.2 million in the year to 31 March 2017, up 25.7% on the previous year's total
Enabling work has started for the construction of 316 new homes in North Sighthill after Keepmoat Regeneration finalised contracts with the City of Edinburgh Council. The development of the derelict site at Calder Road / Broomhouse Road in the south west of the city will see 96 new affordable homes
With women only accounting for 11% of the construction industry, a ground-breaking new survey has exposed how legacy perceptions are still influential in deterring women from entering a field that is bustling with progressive career opportunities. In an effort to understand why the industry is still
Keepmoat chief executive Dave Sheridan will join Engie Keepmoat Group has signed an agreement to sell its regeneration arm to French energy and services provider Engie in a deal valued at £330 million.