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Apply now for ‘Rent to Buy’ homes at High View, Blaydon

by The Keelman Homes Team & filed under Keelman Homes

We are now taking applications for our beautiful new Rent to Buy homes at High View, Blaydon. There are two 2-bed houses and two 3-bed houses. High View Halstead 2-bed house floorplan High View Kendal 3-bed house floorplan For an application pack, contact enquiries@keelmanhomes.co.uk What is Rent to Buy? Rent to Buy is designed to… Read the full article →

Regeneration of Kibblesworth

by tac & filed under Awards, Gateshead Council, Keelman Homes, Kibblesworth, Latest news, The Gateshead Housing Company

The Gateshead Housing Company and its charitable partner Keelman Homes recently made the shortlist of a prestigious video awards programme for their regeneration of Kibblesworth in south Gateshead. Now in their seventh year, The Northern Housing Consortium (NHC) Silver Screen Awards celebrated some of the most outstanding and innovative work carried out by housing organisations and local authorities… Read the full article →

Double housing awards joy for Gateshead

by tac & filed under Awards, Gateshead Council, Keelman Homes, Kibblesworth, Latest news, The Gateshead Housing Company

A £14m major revamp of a village in the south of Gateshead has carried off a pair of awards for the new homes local families are now living in. The building of almost 150 new family homes to replace outdated 1940s prefabs in Kibblesworth, has picked up two prestigious housing awards in the space of… Read the full article →

Festival brings Kibblesworth residents together

by tac & filed under Community involvement, Gateshead Council, Keelman Homes, Kibblesworth, The Gateshead Housing Company

A free event that marked the completion of four years of housing developments has been hailed a success. The Kibblesworth Festival, organised by The Gateshead Housing Company and partners, was the finale to a £14m scheme that has included 140 new homes being built, improved children’s play areas and original artwork. Hundreds of residents attended… Read the full article →