Artisan Real Estate as a urban regeneration property developer kick started it’s first project in Leeds and for a residential development scheme. The preparations at Kirkstall Place for a development of 263 homes will be built on a seven-acre site.
The site is located on the corner of Kirkstall Hill and Kirkstall Lane, which was formerly home to the Kirkstall District Centre. The project will provide a mix of one- and two-bedroom apartments and three- and four-bedroom townhouses.
The price range is set to be £190,000 to £360,000, while shared open space and private gardens will come in place. The project will be powered entirely by electricity and air source heat pumps. Planning permission for Kirkstall Place was granted by Leeds City Council in April 2021.
Also, the demolition and enabling works are already under way. Construction is due to start in September, with the first occupiers expected to move in next summer. Full completion of the development is scheduled for 2024.
Artisan Real Estate was founded in 2009 and has eight live residential and commercial developments across the UK. These include Rowanbank Gardens in Edinburgh, a residential development of 126 apartments, and Everards Print Works in Bristol city centre, which will be a 255-bedroom hotel alongside commercial space and residential units.