Bradford set for new work and homes scheme on 180-acre waterworks site

Esholt_Proposed Residential Internal Perspective View

Bradford City Council has given the green light to Yorkshire Water and sister company Keyland Developments to develop a sustainable industrial and residential scheme on 180 acres of redundant land around the Esholt wastewater treatment works in Bradford.

The new development will sit within the existing landscape and will result in more than 1m sq ft of workspaces to accommodate a mix of industry, with a particular focus on bio-tech businesses and other industries that can make the most of heat, power and water generated by the treatment works to maximise sustainability.

This content is only available to registered users

You must be logged in to continue

Gated access promo

Would you like to read more?

Register for free to finish this article.

Sign up now for the following benefits:

  • Four FREE articles of your choice per month
  • Breaking news, comment and analysis from industry experts as it happens
  • Choose from our portfolio of email newsletters

To access this article REGISTER NOW

Would you like print copies, app and digital replica access too? SUBSCRIBE for as little as £6 per week.

Registered users and subscribers SIGN IN here to continue