CG rendering of Huddersfield Greater Waterfront Quarter.
Jane Imrie

New plans for Huddersfield Greater Waterfront Quarter to be unveiled

Plans to regenerate Huddersfield’s waterfront quarter are set to be revealed at the MIPIM property conference later this month by local property business SKA Developments.

SKA Developments’ vision for the town’s waterfront quarter, situated near St Thomas’ Road, is a mixed-use development which celebrates the area’s industrial heritage while having emphasising the site’s natural features.

Pedestrian access and cycling provision is an integral part of the current plans, which include amenities such as housing, business premises, artisan shops, leisure facilities, community attractions and a health centre.

Zeb Pervaiz, managing director of SKA Developments, hopes that the new vision for Huddersfield waterfront quarter will generate interest with investors. He said: “We’re attending MIPIM to look for partners to help us deliver this exciting project and unlock potential funding that can realise returns as early as 2022.”

“Our vision for the Greater Waterfront Quarter has been years in the planning, and we’ve worked closely with our partners, Kirklees Council and the Leeds City Region to design a scheme that will be both remarkable and truly transformational.”

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