Award Success For Ilkley Based Developer

An Ilkley based UK and international property developer has won a major building award at a ceremony in Leeds.
Candelisa LLP received the award in the category ‘New Dwellings, 2-10 units’ at the West Yorkshire Building Excellence Awards for its High Lock scheme in Mytholmroyd, near Hebden Bridge.
The disused cotton mill on Burnley Road was sympathetically restored to create ten 3 bedroom waterside homes, all of which have now been sold. The architect was Watson Batty.
Guy Taylor, Managing Director of Candelisa says: ‘As a company our philosophy is about providing exceptional spaces in exceptional places through the imaginative regeneration of existing buildings.
‘It is a source of great pride that the quality of our work has been acknowledged by the winning of this award.’
The West Yorkshire Building Excellence Awards recognise the best in quality, standards, technical innovations and sustainable designs at a local level. They also take into account the working relationship between the developer and contractors on the scheme and local authority building control.
Candelisa has a wide portfolio of future developments planned including regeneration projects in Leeds, Skipton, Sutton in Craven, Settle and Haworth, and new build homes in Skipton, Eastburn and Pendle.
The firm has also recently completed its flagship Providence Quarter scheme in Skipton town centre. All 39 apartments at the former head office of Skipton Building Society sold out in just five weeks.

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