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NewBuy is available on all Kier Homes developments in England.
Make the Move with Help To Buy
Enabling First Time Buyers and Exisiting Homeowners to purchase a brand new Kier Home up to the value of £600,000 with just a 5% deposit.
Enabling First Time Buyers and Exisiting Homeowners to purchase a brand new Kier Home up to the value of £400,000 with just a 5% deposit.
Buy a New Kier Home with only 5% Deposit!
Think your dream Kier Home is out of reach?
Fair Share may be the answer
If you want to ensure a smooth and easy move to your new Kier home, you may wish to consider our part exchange scheme
If you've got a house to sell, ask about Smooth Move. We'll do all we can to ensure that your existing home is sold quickly, at the best possible price - and we'll pay the estate agents fees, saving you thousands of pounds!
At Kier, we take care of everything from carefully selecting the location of your new home to building it with the highest quality materials.
Building a range of high quality new homes from one and two bedroom apartments to luxury five bedroom detached homes throughout England and Scotland, Kier Homes is renowned for its quality and attention to detail. Innovative and forward thinking, with over 70 years experience in new property construction, Kier Homes has a solid past and an exciting future.
The experience and knowledge gleaned over the years has helped to create the solid foundations of a new homes company committed to excellence from initial design through to construction and after sales care.
Two site managers at a Lincolnshire housing development have been recognised as the best in their field after winning a top industry award.
Leading house builder Kier Living Eaterm's third annual charity golf competition has raised £7,000 for the Kier Foundation, Kier Group's registered charity.
Leading house builder Kier Living Eastern is giving Buckinghamshire residents the chance to take part in the World's Biggest Coffee Morning and receive pre-launch deals on Canalside, its stunning new development of two, three and four-bedroom homes.
Eager pupils enjoyed a lesson on housebuilding from the experts at Kier Living (Eastern) during a special assembly at Gamlingay Village College.
The housebuilder is currently working on Millbrook Meadows, a six-acre site less than a mile from the school, which comprises 85 new two, three and four-bedroom homes. The Year Six pupils have taken a keen interest in the development and, as part of their literacy lessons, had analysed the marketing material used to promote the site and designed their own Millbrook Meadows brochures.
Kier Living (Eastern) swept the board at the National House Building Council’s (NHBC) prestigious Health and Safety Awards after three of its site managers won all the awards available in the Medium House Builder category.
A talented young apprentice from leading house-builder, Kier Homes, has been named as the UK Construction Group’s (UKCG) Apprentice of the Year at the organisation’s annual lunch, held in central London this week.
Based at Kier Homes’ Connect21 development in Peterborough, 21-year-old Simon Holland was commended for demonstrating exceptional technical ability and a real enthusiasm to succeed. Judges were impressed by his commitment to his role as an apprenticeship ambassador and his work on environmental schemes in the local community.
The quality of Kier Homes’ sites across the UK has been endorsed after seven of its site managers were named Quality Award winners in the first round of the NHBC (National House-Building Council) Pride in the Job Awards.
Green fingered pupils from Gamlingay First School received a lesson in the dangers of construction sites during a recent assembly, hosted by Kier Homes.
The house-builder is currently working on a six acre site within a mile of the school and, with the holidays fast approaching, area construction manager John Bright and his assistant, Kier Homes mascot Kieran (Richard Jarvis, site operative) volunteered to help children understand the dangers of playing on building sites.
Five outstanding site managers from leading house builder Kier Homes have been commended in the first round of judging for this year’s NHBC (National House-Building Council) Health and Safety Awards.
The awards recognise and reward the very best in health & safety standards by house-builders across the country and are driving up standards across the board by showcasing and sharing examples of best practice.
An historic Paisley building has been restored to its former glory by Kier Homes as part of its Hawkhead Village development.
Anne Hall, Provost of Paisley, unveiled a commemorative plaque during a VIP reception at The Gatehouse, Hawkhead Village, to mark the refurbishment of the listed Thomas Smith Tait building.
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