David Wilson Homes is demonstrating its commitment to developing stronger communities by inviting the people of Yeadon to contribute to its future plans in the area.
A public exhibition is being held on April 27 at Greenacre Community Hall to give all interested parties the opportunity to drop in and discuss a draft proposal to redevelop the Naylor Jennings Dye Works site on Green Lane, Yeadon.
The leading house builder has a vision to revitalise the 15 acres of derelict land and redevelop it into an exciting new housing scheme. Significant investment will be provided to remediate the site and remove the existing reservoirs, ground contamination and derelict buildings.
David Wilson Homes is proposing to retain the frontage of the mill building on Green Lane as well as the existing cottages on site. Up to 135 new homes are proposed which will provide new housing for the Leeds area and reduce the amount of greenfield development needed to meet Leeds City Council's housing requirements over the next 15 years.
Ian Ruthven, managing director at David Wilson, said: "We always try and work with local communities and ask them for their views and suggestions on the development at an early stage. This site is in a very poor condition and the buildings have been significantly vandalised, therefore we feel that redevelopment needs to happen as soon as possible.
"The site will provide other benefits including affordable housing, financial contributions towards education, public transport, highway improvements and open space."
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