CG rendering of the new development in Kirkstall.
Jane Imrie

Urban regeneration firm launches in Leeds with £65m sustainable development

A national urban regeneration specialist has launched in Yorkshire with the announcement of a new multi-million pound sustainable scheme.

Property developer Artisan Real Estate has unveiled plans to deliver a £65m 263-home sustainable development in Kirkstall.

Situated on a seven-acre site on the corner of Kirkstall Hill and Kirkstall Lane - which was formerly home to the Kirkstall District Centre - the development has been designed according to the latest sustainable and low carbon principles and will not include any fossil fuel use.

Featuring public open space and private gardens, the scheme will provide a combination of one and two-bedroom apartments and three and four-bedroom townhouses.

Artisan Real Estate’s regional manager for the North, James Bulmer, commented: “We are hugely excited to be launching in Leeds with Kirkstall Place.

“Sustainability is a principal philosophy here at Artisan, that is why we have designed Kirkstall Place with environmental, economic and social awareness at its core to ensure we not only deliver excellent, energy efficient homes, but also create a place with a strong sense of community.

“We intend for Kirkstall Place to be the first of many developments that we undertake in the Leeds and wider Yorkshire region. We are currently recruiting across our commercial, technical, and sales departments as we look to scale our regional office and acquire more brownfield sites for residential development.”

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