11 October 2014

Due to high demand to live at Waterside, the most significant regeneration project in Wakefield to date, the apartments in phase one sold in record time. They were bought by private individuals, regional investors and Wakefield investors, all keen to t

Due to high demand to live at Waterside, the most significant regeneration project in Wakefield to date, the apartments in phase one sold in record time. They were bought by private individuals, regional investors and Wakefield investors, all keen to take advantage of the luxury apartments, many of which benefit from a riverside view. The mixed-use development forms an outstanding peninsula on the south side of the city, with the River Calder to the east and the Hebble Navigation to the west. Developers Waterside (Wakefield Ltd), contractors J F Finnegan and the project management team were all involved in the 77-week contract to build the luxury apartments, which alone have a development value of some £15 million. Paul Hammond, development director for Waterside, said: "We're delighted with the amount of interest we have had in all aspects of the scheme and developments on site are progressing well and in accordance with our projections.

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