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Keepmoat Regeneration opens new South Wales base

Housing and regeneration specialist Keepmoat Regeneration, part of the ENGIE Group, is celebrating the opening of a new office in Bridgend, as its expansion across South Wales continues.

A raft of recent major contract wins – including new housing projects worth £28million for Wales’ largest registered social landlord Pobl Group - has meant that the contractor has outgrown its former base in Cardiff.

Keepmoat Regeneration also recently completed an £8million Extra Care development in Talbot Green, Rhondda Cynon Taf, for Hafod Care Association, and last month refurbished the 1000th home of a £25million partnership with Caerphilly County Borough Council.

Edward Rees, Regional Director at Keepmoat Regeneration, said: “We’re delighted to be making the move to our new home in Bridgend. This is a significant milestone for Keepmoat Regeneration, and one that reinforces our commitment to South Wales and our substantial growth plans for the region over the next few years.

“We have a great team and this new base will stand us in good stead to continue working with our partners to improve their existing housing stock, as well as creating much-needed new affordable homes.”

Around 40% of Keepmoat Regeneration’s staff force in the region is made up of apprentices and trainees.