15 Oct 2021

Caddick progresses on £25m Stonebridge Beck residential scheme in Farnley

Caddick progresses on £25m Stonebridge Beck residential scheme in Farnley

Caddick Construction is progressing on a key brownfield residential scheme to deliver 112 homes on the site of the former Stonebridge Mills in Farnley, Leeds, on behalf of developers Rushbond Plc and Advent Developments.

Recent drone footage (below) on the £25m “Stonebridge Beck” scheme shows the extent of the progress on site that will eventually house 82 contemporary style, new build, homes as well as the regeneration of the grade II listed and long derelict former mill buildings and cottages creating a further 30 homes.

The historic chimney and water tower are clearly visible as retained local landmarks as part of the redevelopment on the 10-acre site.

The Caddick Construction contract provides a comprehensive regeneration of the site and buildings, as well as all hard and soft landscaping, highway access and estate infrastructure.

All homes are set beside an extensive new natural parkland alongside the Farnley Beck providing an extensive area of public open space for the residents and community to enjoy.  

Jonathan Maud, on behalf of joint developers Rushbond and Advent Developments, said: “It is great to see this sympathetic regeneration scheme bringing this brownfield site back to life. The drone footage clearly shows the progress being made and we are confident that Stonebridge Beck will be welcoming its first residents in the summer of 2023.

Adrian Dobson, Managing Director from Caddick Construction added: “We are very pleased with progress to date. This is an exceptional scheme, particularly when you are taking into consideration the historic and listed buildings that are a key part of the regeneration plans.”

LSL New Homes is marketing the scheme and further information can be sought by calling  07837 116 469.

The scheme is due to complete in Summer 2023.

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