The last house sale on Phase 1 of a new residential development in Yorkshire has marked the final step for another successful regeneration project by Hargreaves Land.
Built on the site of a former quarry and dye works on the banks of the River Aire, Upper Reach in Newlay was originally acquired in 2006.
Later that year Hargreaves, under the Renaissance Land brand, started working on remediating the site to facilitate the development of new homes and open spaces for residents.
In 2017, Hargreaves Land completed a sale of Phase 2 of the development to Stonebridge Homes Ltd, and this part of the development is currently progressing well.
Lee Weatherall, planning and development manager at Hargreaves Land said; “The final house sale at Phase 1 of Upper Reach marks the last stage of what has been a very successful project for Hargreaves Land. The scheme perfectly illustrates the Hargreaves Land strategy and our ability to transform and revitalise brownfield sites”.