Robert Peter Moore (born 28 November 1984) is a British Conservative Party politician, who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Keighley in West Yorkshire since the 2019 general election.
Moore grew up in a family of farmers in Lincolnshire. In 2007, the family set up a plastics-recycling business.
He studied architecture at Newcastle University and rural surveying at the University College of Estate Management. A qualified rural chartered surveyor, he set up his own consultancy practice, Brockthorpe Consultancy.
Before being elected as MP for Keighley in 2019, Moore was a councillor on Alnwick Town Council and represented Alnwick on Northumberland County Council. He unsuccessfully contested the July 2019 by-election for Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner, but at the general election in December, he gained the marginal seat of Keighley from the Labour incumbent, John Grogan.