With sustainability being a driving sector for growth in the North East; housing and regeneration specialist Keepmoat has strengthened its senior team with the employment of Luke Gallagher as head of sustainability.
Luke joins from North East-based social landlord Gentoo, where he was green futures manager, and brings with him a wealth of experience in the housing and sustainability sectors. He will work alongside the broader team to develop a holistic strategy which seeks to deliver sustainable solutions to reduce fuel poverty in the region.
The employment of Luke as kead of sustainability will further Keepmoat’s dedication to supplying green initiatives to its customers.
Lee Francis, North East area director at Keepmoat, said: “Luke’s experience in the sustainability sector will undoubtedly strengthen our offering in the North East. He will work to put a long-term strategy in place for the business to ensure Keepmoat is the first port of call for housing associations, private landlords and local authorities looking to deliver a sustainable project. I’m thrilled to have him as part of the expanding team here in the North East; it really is an exciting time for Keepmoat.”
Luke Gallagher said: “I’m delighted to be part of the Keepmoat team, especially during a time of growth in the North East. There are a number of upcoming projects which are sure to benefit members of the local community, so it definitely is a case of watch this space!”