Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Mandale unveils £7m resi development in historic Halifax mill

Property developer Mandale Homes has transformed a history mill dating back to the 1800s in Halifax into a £7 million residential development.

Unveiled this week by the Stockton developer, the new development has been converted into sixty new apartments.

The former 19th Century, six-storey mill is located between Pellon Lane and Richmond Road and has been sympathetically converted into 45 one bed apartments and 15 two bed apartments with parking for 29 residents.

The development overlooks Halifax town centre and the Shibden Valley countryside.

Working in close collaboration with the regeneration team at Calderdale Council, Mandale Homes has brought a locally important building back into use by delivering modern living with historic character and further building on the town’s ongoing renaissance.

Richard Harriman, Sales Director at Mandale Homes, said: “Halifax is an old town that is reinventing itself and it has been a privilege to work with Calderdale Council and local stakeholders to be able to deliver a residential scheme that turns its past into its future.

“We believe the scheme will appeal to young property buyers looking for town centre living.

“The Council’s vision for the town has seen some amazing schemes, not least of which is the multi-million-pound transformation of The Piece Hall.

“The overarching theme for the town is development that suits the sense of what the Halifax community wants to be: lifestyle-oriented and blending old with new – we know our new apartments meet this image and will have real buyer appeal.

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