A partnership between two Yorkshire firms is aiming to build more than 400 homes across northern England.
Construction and development specialist Southdale has joined forces with Brewster Bye Architects to work on several developments across the region. They are already jointly working on four development schemes – with a further seven possible sites currently being explored.
Southdale, which partnered Kirklees Council in a major housing regeneration scheme in parts of Huddersfield, has more than 25 years’ experience in affordable housing, with offices in Halifax, Darlington and Warrington.
Leeds-based Brewster Bye Architects was established in 1992 and has vast experience in creating a range of housing types for a variety of clients.
Projects in development include ones in Dewsbury and York, while the partnership is also looking at potential development opportunities in Bradford, Leeds and across the Yorkshire and North West regions.
Declan McHugh, group strategic business director for Southdale, said: “We have found a lot of cohesion in working with Brewster Bye Architects and the relationship has gone from strength to strength. It’s a great partnership of long-establish Yorkshire-based specialists, coming together to regenerate areas within the region and create great homes.”
Keith Brewster, managing director of Brewster Bye Architects, said: “This initiative has taken our working relationship with the Southdale Team to a new level.
“We have established a real synergy which promises to deliver many high quality affordable housing developments for our mutual clients.”