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New affordable homes for Gateshead

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Work has begun on a scheme which will provide 20 new affordable homes for families in the greatest housing need in west Gateshead. The energy-efficient properties, in Ryton, will also help hard pressed families to reduce utility bills. The £2 million development is being built by Galliford Try Partnerships North on behalf of Keelman Homes,… Read the full article →

Kibblesworth festival celebrates £14m makeover

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

Kibblesworth residents can celebrate the completion of four years of housing developments this Saturday (28 September). The Kibblesworth Festival between 11.30am and 3pm has been organised by The Gateshead Housing Company and partners to mark £14m of work, including 140 new homes, improved children’s play areas and spectacular artwork. Almost 400 residents have been invited… Read the full article →

Festival finale marks £14m estate makeover

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

Kibblesworth residents are being invited to a free event to celebrate the completion of four years of housing developments. The Kibblesworth Festival on Saturday, 28 September between 11.30am and 3pm has been organised by The Gateshead Housing Company and partners to mark £14m of work, including 140 new homes, improved children’s play areas and spectacular… Read the full article →

Community Day brings sunshine

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

Residents of a Gateshead village undergoing a £14m transformation turned out to see plans for play areas and the new public art around the new homes. The Kibblesworth Community Day gave residents the opportunity to see progress on play areas and art projects they have been involved in across the village, whilst the children enjoyed… Read the full article →