From left to right Harry Russell (Central Services)  Ash McMillan (Assistant L&P Manager in North West)  Rachael Murray (Yorkshire East)  Rebecca Pascaud (Yorkshire East)  Ashley Wray (South Mids)  Leah Adamson (Scotland)  Ross Prideaux (MC

Last chance to apply for successful graduate scheme in the East Midlands

Top 10 homebuilder Keepmoat has launched its second Land & Partnerships Graduate Programme, following the huge success of its first programme in 2021.


The Programme offers graduates an exciting opportunity to build a career in homebuilding and become part of a national business which supports Keepmoat’s focus on investing in people and attracting the best talent. Interested candidates should be sure to act quickly as entries for the 2023/24 graduate position close on 07th July 2023. 


The structured two year programme provides graduates with the opportunity to learn and grow with significant potential for future progression. Key areas of focus include assisting and demonstrating with the identification of potential land and partnership opportunities, assisting in the evaluation of potential new sites and scheme viability, developing an understanding and practical application of the bidding process, and assisting in building relationships with partner organisations and external stakeholders.


Keepmoat employs more than 1,100 people across the UK and hopes to attract the brightest and best graduates to strengthen its land and partnerships team in the East Midlands, following on from a record financial performance in 2022.  


Tim Beale, Chief Executive Officer at Keepmoat, who completed a graduate trainee programme, commented: “I began my career in the industry as a graduate trainee and it is a privilege that we are in a position to give today’s graduates the opportunity to work within our Land & Partnerships team in an empowering and supportive environment.  At Keepmoat we deliver more than just new homes; we transform communities and improve the lives of local people and we want to give people the chance to embark on this exciting and fulfilling journey with us. 


“Our graduate programme will provide candidates with the relevant skill set to  build a successful career within the industry. Keepmoat really is a fantastic place to build an incredibly rewarding career”. 


The homebuilder is offering a highly attractive and competitive package which includes a company car and bonus scheme. Keepmoat is a top 10 UK partnership homebuilder with a track-record of delivering quality new homes across the UK at prices people can afford. To date, almost 70% of its current developments are on brownfield sites and over 70% of its customers are first time buyers. In the last survey year, Keepmoat achieved HBF five star builder status, receiving a rating of at least 90% in the National New Homes Customer Satisfaction Survey.


Keepmoat is looking for self-motivated, ambitious, determined graduates to join their team. For further information on the Programme and how to apply, please visit:



Issued on behalf of Keepmoat by Lucky North, for further details please contact:


Alicia Jacob

T: 07872 836 740


Beth Pearson 

T: 07511 763 254


Jenny Marston

T: 07568 058 382



Notes to editors

Keepmoat is a leading Partnership home builder, focussed on first time buyers, providing high quality, affordable homes throughout the UK. We also deliver quality homes to Registered Providers for affordable rent and to the Private Rental Sector for market rent. 


We are a business that works in partnership with many housing sector organisations. 

Our partners include Homes England, local authorities, housing associations, registered providers, and others in the private sector. Our success is inextricably linked to our partners’ success.


We transform communities and improve the lives of local people. We have a national presence, combined with local knowledge and expertise in all aspects of housing – from finance, design and planning, to developing and building. Our comprehensive skills and capabilities give us a wider perspective across the whole housing lifecycle and we create lower risk ways of building homes people need.