A KEIGHLEY housing group has a new director of development and growth.

Incommunities says the promotion to the role of Aimee Law is a "pivotal" part of its growth plans, which include a target of 2,000 new-build homes by March 2026.

Aimee joined the group last year as head of new business and programme compliance in the development team.

She says: "Having grown up living in social housing, I am passionate about ensuring people have access to good-quality and affordable homes and I'm excited to take on this role.

"It will allow me to use my skills and experience to develop more affordable housing for those in need. I am committed to driving our growth ambitions and making a lasting impact on the communities we serve."

Under her leadership, Incommunities will focus on building larger-scale mixed developments across the region.

Graeme Scott, Incommunities' executive director of development and growth, says: "With Aimee's substantial experience and vision, she will really help to drive our growth targets."