prevnext
Menu

Developer has Plans to Convert Care Home

An international property developer is planning to convert a controversial former Craven care home for residential use.

Guy Taylor, who runs the Ilkley based Candelisa Group of businesses, is planning a £2 million refurbishment and conversion scheme at the former Royd Hill care home in Sutton Lane, Sutton in Craven.

The company recently completed the converison of the former Skipton Building Society town centre headquarters into 39 apartments at Providence Quarter.

They all sold within five weeks.

Candelisa, which specialises in up-market schemes and the generation of historic buildings, is also planning a £3.8 million residential development at a nearby site in Eastburn.

The company which also has developments in the Caribbean and Austrian ski resortss also developed two M-Local convenience stores in Ilkley and Steeton.

Craven Herald – Thursday June 11, 2015

6 years, 6 months ago Comments Off on Developer has Plans to Convert Care Home