Countryside Partnerships and Leeds Federated to build 77 homes near Bradford

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Countryside Partnerships, the leading mixed-tenure developer, has partnered with Leeds Federated housing association to deliver 77 new homes in Birkenshaw near Bradford.

38 of the homes will be owned and managed by Leeds Federated and offered in affordable rent and shared ownership tenures.
The remaining 39 homes will be sold on the open market by Linden Homes, Countryside Partnerships’ sister housebuilding brand.
The new development builds on the relationship between Countryside Partnerships and Leeds Federated, with the two parties currently providing 55 new homes near Dewsbury.

The homes in Birkenshaw will be built using local materials, including red brick, art stone and grey and red concrete tiled roofs. Each home will have garden space, whilst there will also be hedgerow planting, native shrub planting, ornamental planting and tree planting across the site.

Construction work is set to start in September.

Commenting, Andrew Poyner, Managing Director of Countryside Partnerships Yorkshire, said: “We’re really pleased to be working with Leeds Federated again to bring forward this development. The site will offer a good mix of homes in different tenures, helping to meet housing need and giving people a great opportunity to live locally. We’re also utilising the strengths of our unique business model by using our housebuilding brand Linden Homes to market the open market properties.”

Stephen Ellis, Head of Development at Leeds Federated said: “It is a real pleasure to be partnering with Countryside Partnerships again to deliver additional good quality, new, affordable homes for affordable rent and shared ownership. We are very excited to be involved in this new development in Birkenshaw which will help more people build their futures.”