Redrow’s commitment to nurturing young talent, especially apprentices, is well known within the industry.  The homebuilder has featured in the National Apprenticeship Awards’ prestigious Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers list for the past four years and was named Great Britain Large Employer of the Year at the 2015 CITB Apprenticeship Awards in London.

At any one time Redrow has upwards of 250 apprentices learning one of the key housing trades, whether on site or in one of the company’s offices across the country. It provides bricklaying, carpentry and joinery, painting and decorating, plumbing and electrical apprenticeships on site, plus opportunities for office-based business administration, commercial and technical apprentices. It also nurtures young talent through under-graduate work placements, post-graduate training and other vocational training.

Redrow has pledged to employ a number of new apprentices as part of the Liverpool Housing Partnership. Usually lasting three years, a trade apprenticeship combines paid, on-the-job training and work experience with college attendance and an academic qualification (normally NVQ up to Level 3).  You can find out more about Redrow’s apprentice schemes, including how to apply, here.  


LMH is committed to best practice in developing and supporting its people and is proud to have been awarded the Investors in People Gold Award.

LMH and HMS offer many opportunities including apprenticeships, training programmes and volunteering opportunities to support local people into work.

You can view LMH and HMS work opportunities via their online recruitment portal.