Caddick starts residential scheme construction in Leeds

WCN Editorial Team 19 May 2021 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Caddick Construction has started work on the £25m Stonebridge Mills brownfield residential scheme in Leeds, UK.

The company is undertaking the project work on behalf of developers Rushbond and Advent Developments.

As part of the scheme, Caddick will deliver 112 homes on the site of the former Stonebridge Mills in Farnley. W A Fairhurst & Partners is the principal designer and engineer on the scheme while surveying services are provided by BWF.

Located on Stonebridge Lane, the project includes 82 modern, new build homes and will also involve regeneration of the grade II listed mill buildings and cottages.

The extensive nine-acre site includes the former mill pond and a new specially commissioned piece of public art to be situated at the development entrance.

Located next to an extensive new natural parkland idyll alongside the Farnley Beck, all homes provide an area of public open space for the residents and community.  

On behalf of Rushbond and Advent Developments Jonathan Maud said: “Rushbond and our partners Advent have worked hard to design a really thoughtful and sympathetic regeneration of this long derelict and much-loved Leeds landmark.  

“We know from our extensive consultations that the community are excited to see this project commence and we are committed to delivering a really high-quality scheme.”

The scheme is slated for completion in 2023 and will feature a collection of conversion and new build homes that will be available ranging from two-five bedrooms, all with private gardens and parking.

Caddick Construction managing director Adrian Dobson said: “The site’s regeneration will also enable the green corridor along the Farnley Beck to be extended and run through the development which will be a huge bonus for the local community.”

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Caddick will deliver 112 homes on the site of the former Stonebridge Mills in Farnley. Credit: © CADDICK CONSTRUCTION.

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