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Keelman Homes builds new affordable homes

by The Keelman Homes Team & filed under Keelman Homes, Latest news

Social housing provider Keelman Homes is building quality affordable homes in Low Fell, Gateshead, in partnership with Gateshead Council, Beacon Living and Kier Living. The development on the Lyndhurst site has been funded by a £210k grant from Homes England. The six new two bedroomed homes, named The Hazel, will be located within the new… Read the full article →

Vacancy – Keelman Homes Trustee/Board member

by The Keelman Homes Team & filed under Latest news

Keelman Homes Ltd is a not-for-profit registered provider based in Gateshead. Originally established as a wholly owned charitable subsidiary of The Gateshead Housing Company (TGHC) to redevelop Kibblesworth in South Gateshead, we currently own around 190 homes and have a further 126 in development. Our ownership changed in 2014 when our trustees became Members of Keelman Homes,… Read the full article →

Keelman Homes set to revive more empty homes

by The Keelman Homes Team & filed under Empty Homes Programme

A programme to bring 40 empty homes back into use has been so successful that a bid to bring back a further 40 has been given the green light. In April 2015 local housing association Keelman Homes successfully applied to the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) for the Empty Homes Grant 2015-18, for funding to… Read the full article →

Keelman Homes completes affordable development

by The Keelman Homes Team & filed under Gateshead Council, Keelman Homes, Latest news, The Gateshead Housing Company, West Park - Dunston

A new £1.725m housing development in the Dunston and Teams area of Gateshead by housing association Keelman Homes Limited is now complete. The development consists of 17 quality, modern, three-bedroom family homes with gardens built in partnership with Gateshead Council and The Homes and Communities Agency. Amanda Gallagher, Development and Investment Manager for Keelman Homes,… Read the full article →