In brief: Candelisa

SKIPTON-BASED property developer Candelisa is being aided by law firm Gordons as it looks to create more homes in North Yorkshire. Gordons has provided advice to Candelisa, which was launched by two architects, on projects including the company’s own office move. Partner in the commercial property team Simon Mydlowski, advised Candelisa on acquisitions. Other development’s […]

National Award for Skipton Property Developer

SKIPTON-based property developer Candelisa has won a major national building award at a ceremony in London. Meanwhile, its residential redevelopment of Providence House in Skipton has also been shortlisted for an award. Candelisa’s High Lock scheme in Mytholmroyd, near Hebden Bridge, was awarded the title of ‘Best Small New Housing Development’ at the Grand Final […]

Plans for 39 New Homes

PLANS for 39 new homes in Skipton are due to be discussed by the town council’s environment and planning committee next week. Developer, Candelisa, which carried out the residential redevelopment of Providence House in Skipton, has submitted plans to build on agricultural land off Burnside Crescent. The full planning application is for a mixture of […]

Alexandra Mill wins at 2015 LABC Building Excellence Awards Grand Final

The housing development of Alexandra Mill in Hebden Bridge, was awarded the title of Best Small New Housing Development at the Grand Final of the LABC Building Excellence Awards – one of the most recognised events on the building industry’s calendar. A panel of industry experts – judged a list of the highest quality projects […]

Bumper Year for Yorkshire Based Property Developer

Yorkshire based UK and international property developer Candelisa has announced profits of over £3.2 million for the last 12 months for its UK housing division. The announcement coincides with the firm’s move to 4000 sq ft of new purpose built offices in Skipton which incorporate an indoor car park, entertainment and conference facilities, and will […]

Former Settle Police Station to be made into Homes

SETTLE’S former police station and courthouse is to be converted into homes after being sold by North Yorkshire Police for £355,000. The listed building in Duke Street has been bought by Ilkley-based Candelisa, which now has permission from Craven District Council to turn it into seven homes. It has been empty since April 2012, when […]

Empty Haworth Building which once hosted Army Units to be Converted into Accommodation

A HISTORIC Haworth building is to be converted into four two-bedroom flats. As part of the same application, land next to Haworth Drill Hall, in Clarendon Street, will be used to accommodate three two-storey three-bedroom houses and ten off-street parking spaces, if the plans are accepted. The Drill Hall was built in 1873 for the […]

We Have Moved!

Due to much needed expansion Candelisa have now moved to a new purpose built office situated on the ground floor of Caroline House located in the heart of Skipton. Caroline House forms part of our sell out Providence Quarter regeneration development which includes over 50 residential units and employment space. Our new offices includes meeting […]

Caroline House – Fully Reserved

In only three weeks, the six contemporary apartments at the Caroline House development have been reserved. The Cottage is the last property at the scheme to be marketed. Please contact Sarah on 01943 607912 for further details. July 24, 2015

Mytholmroyd Restoration wins Major Award

The firm responsible for restoring an old cotton mill in Mytholmroyd has won a major building award at a ceremony in Leeds. Alexandra Mill on Burnley Road was turned into 10 three-bedroom waterside homes, all of which have now been sold. Property developer Candelisa LLP received the new dwellings (two-10 units) award at the Local […]

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