Published: 19th Jan 2021

Construction work has now started to bring new affordable homes to a key regeneration site in East Leeds.   Keepmoat Homes and Places for People, one of the UK’s leading affordable homes led placemakers, is redeveloping the brownfield site, located on Seacroft Crescent, into a 49 new home development, Pennine Crest. The site was previously owned by Leeds City Council and acquired by Places for People from Keepmoat Homes in August. It is part of the Leeds City Council Brownfield Programme which is designed to support the city’s future growth aspirations and will see over 1,000 new homes being built across 13 development sites in East Leeds. The programme will not only contribute to the delivery of new homes in Leeds but will significantly improve the communities and neighbourhoods in which they are located. ‘We are very excited to have started work on Pennine Crest,’ said regional managing director, Paul Oldridge. ‘The site isn’t … (To read the full article, subscribe below)