Keepmoat and Sheffield City Council partnered together to create the Sheffield Housing Company. Together they are responsible for the Brearley Forge development, they are also responsible for the Norfolk Park and Shirecliffe developments. From their website(http://http://www.sheffieldhousingcompany.co.uk):
“Sheffield Housing Company is a developer dedicated to building the best homes in Sheffield. A unique partnership between Sheffield City Council, Keepmoat and Great Places our aim is to specify homes of the highest build quality with the long-term aim of helping Sheffield continue to be one of the best places to live in the UK.
We have a 15 year plan to build 2,300 new homes in seven of Sheffield’s most vibrant neighbourhoods. A mix of two, three and four bedroom homes are planned all with the latest home energy saving systems, living-space enhancing designs and future-proofed for easy access. Homes will be available to buy outright or through affordable rent.
Keepmoat is a leading house builder and property developer and provides the home building and sales service for Sheffield Housing Company. Great Places will manage the affordable rented homes. Together, with Sheffield City Council, they form the unique Sheffield Housing Company, delivering Sheffield’s best homes.
No other developer builds to the exacting standards specified by Sheffield Housing Company.”
Tom Fenton, Director for the Sheffield Housing Company, is aware of our complaint as he had been copied into at least one email in regards to it. He was also informed by Keepmoat’s Legal Executive, Lynn Wade, that they had “cancelled” our reservation in case we choose to contact them directly.
We have made no attempt to contact Tom Fenton, however a link via Twitter was sent to the Sheffield Housing Company (SHC) as we thought they might be interested in our website.
Nobody from the Sheffield Housing Company or Sheffield Council as commented on our website.