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Keyline was formed in 1988 when several regional builders’ merchants merged into one. It grew throughout the 1990s, acquiring other respected brand names along the way. By the time Keyline was acquired by the Travis Perkins Group in June 1999, it was already well known throughout the industry.

We have a nationwide network of over 60 branches covering the UK, stocking a huge range of materials for all of your building projects.

We're here to help! We've got all of the civils and drainage products you'd expect always in stock, and we'll source specialist materials quickly, allowing you to keep on track and get the job done.

We supply thousands of products for trade professionals and contractors in the construction industry. So however specialist your line of work, we’ll have just what you need to get the job done. Plus our expert team are always on hand to help you choose the right materials or lend a second opinion.

Latest jobs across our group

Yard Sales Assistant
  • Job type: Full Time
  • Sector: Branch, Store & Showroom
  • Location: Farnham, Surrey
  • Joining our friendly and hard working family as an Yard Sales Assistant, you'll be on the front line dealing with our customers that come into our yard.  As part of the branch
Showroom Sales Manager
  • Job type: Full Time
  • Sector: Branch, Store & Showroom
  • Location: Barking, Greater London
  • ‘City Plumbing has been very supportive in my career, I have always been encouraged to aim high and reach my potential. I couldn’t ask for more’. Craig Palmer - Assistant Branch
Apprentice Customer Service Assistant
  • Job type: Full Time
  • Sector: Apprenticeships
  • Location: Exeter, Devon
  • Customer Service, it means many things to many people. But being Completely Customer Focused is what we stand for. Part of the Travis Perkins Group, CCF are a nationwide
HGV Driver Class 2
  • Job type: Full Time
  • Sector: Driver
  • Location: Northampton, Northamptonshire
  • Tired of working long hours, late evenings, overnight stays, or not knowing when your next shift will be? Bombarded with unrealistic workloads that make your working day longer

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