Karbon And Esh In Next Refurb Phase

Esh Construction has been appointed by Karbon Homes to a £1.2m home improvement project that will see 100 homes in the Tees Valley area given modern upgrades.

This is part of a programme of planned maintenance by Karbon Homes for properties located in the Coulby Newham area of Middlesbrough.

The scheme was procured via the Prosper Framework and work is underway.


“Our growing portfolio will see us deliver refurbishment works in more than 1,000 homes across the North East region in the next 12 months and we are delighted to strengthen our pipeline further with this latest contract.”

– Andrew Harrow 

Commercial manager, Esh Construction


30,000 homes

Karbon Homes announced a major programme of planned maintenance across its 30,000-strong housing stock last year. This is the second phase of its planned maintenance programme that Karbon has worked with Esh Construction to complete, the first of which saw interior upgrades and improvement works made to over 80 homes spanning from Northumberland to North Yorkshire.

David Milburn, head of investment at Karbon Homes, says: “We are pleased to, once again, be working in partnership with Esh Construction to deliver this next phase of our planned maintenance programme to homes in Teesside. This work is the latest phase of a larger, £20.5m investment programme Karbon is delivering across our communities. It illustrates our continued commitment to ensuring our homes are modern, good quality, safe and secure. We’re looking forward to seeing this phase being successfully delivered.”



As part of Esh’s Constructing Local strategy, which outlines the firm’s commitment to maximising social and economic value within the communities surrounding its live construction sites, the scheme will provide local employment and work experience opportunities, engagement within local schools as well as generating funding for a charitable project

Picture: Karbon Homes has appointed Esh Construction to deliver a £1.2m refurbishment project.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis
13th September 2022


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