Keepmoat Homes to build 360 homes at site in Thurnscoe

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Keepmoat Homes has acquired a site in Thurnscoe to build 360 new homes in partnership with Homes England and Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council

The site in Thurnscoe, situated within the Dearne Valley on the eastern outskirts of Barnsley, was previously owned by Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council, and will see 360 brand new homes created in the area.

The scheme will comprise of two, three and four-bedroom homes with off-street parking and private gardens, of which 5% will be affordable housing.

The £52m development represents the third phase of housing on the wider site in Thurnscoe.

Keepmoat Homes has pledged to support local people and help generate opportunities in training and employment through the use of subcontractors, work placements and educational visits to the site, which will be delivered throughout the lifetime of the project.

‘Ambitious growth plans in South Yorkshire’

Dan Crew, regional managing director at Keepmoat Homes, said: “We’re delighted to be continuing to work in partnership with Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council and Homes England to deliver our third phase in Thurnscoe.

“As a local developer, with our head office in Yorkshire, this acquisition is a positive step for our ambitious growth plans in South Yorkshire and following the success of previous developments in the area, it’s a fantastic opportunity to strengthen our presence in the town and cement our relationship with the council.

“The new homes are designed for both first time buyers and those looking to up-size, as well as providing much-needed provision of more affordable homes.

“We are driven to make a big impact to the local area and aim to create a new community with open spaces and park facilities for everyone to enjoy.”

The first homes at the site in Thurnscoe will become available to purchase at the start of 2021 and the development will take around nine years to complete.

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