Encouraged by this promising start we immediately moved onto our "banked" site at Fairweather Green. This being classed as a bit of a deprived area it proved to be a little bit more of a challenge. Having built up a team of local craftsmen, we moved lock, stock and barrel and got underway with this new Design and Build project.
It was decided to change the planning permission and consent was sought and gained for 20, 3 bedroomed homes which were much more up to date and in touch with the modern house buyer.
Sales were very strong and the whole development was sold out prior to completion. The development is served by an adopted highway named Gilynda Close and is a pioneering part of Bradford Councils desire for more colourful estate roads, which is in evidence with the red block pavier margin alongside porous tarmac on the road itself.