Keyland Developments Complete Sale of Yorkshire Sites


Keyland Developments Ltd, the property trading area of a larger company trading as Kelda Group, is the sister company of Yorkshire Water. The company has recently completed almost £1 million of site sales that will enable the conversion and redevelopment of residential accommodation to be brought forward.

Keyland Developments sites include Holme Barn, Hartshead Moor Top, Baildon Reservoir and Thornton Filter House. All of these sites have recently been sold with planning permission in place that will allow for the regeneration of the sites in order to create more residential space.

Holme Barn is situated off Woodhead Road in Holme within the Peak District National Park was sold to a private developer for £170,000. The property consists of a single natural stone barn which will then be sensitively converted in to a new holiday let. This site will benefit the area by giving the site a purpose, allowing for regeneration and securing a long-term future for the currently derelict building.

Hartshead Moor Top, another site that has been sold by Keyland Developments is located adjacent to the Hartshead Reservoir. Planning consent that is already in place for this site is for the creation of four new homes. The Local housebuilder, Barnes Homes has purchased the site for £275,000 in order to develop four residential properties fronting Halifax Road.

A local buyer has purchased Keyland’s Baildon site located within an already residential area one mile from Baildon Town Centre for £320,000. The site is currently brownfield land that is owned by Yorkshire water and the planning that was in place at the time of the sale is for the construction of two properties that will accessible from West Lane. It is great that the sites that have been sold by Keyland will offer great opportunities for developers and individuals in order to regenerate a series of disused buildings as well as vacant land for residential use.


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