Final piece of financial jigsaw for Beech Hill development in place

The final pieces of the financial jigsaw to see the first part of a scheme to redevelop an area of Halifax for homes through to completion are now in place.

Friday, 28th September 2018, 11:53 am
Updated Friday, 28th September 2018, 1:12 pm
The development of Beech Hill Estate in Halifax

Anger on Halifax estate as it becomes a ‘bulldozer battleground’September’s full meeting of Calderdale Council has approved inclusion of £1.4 million in its capital programme to allow demolition and infrastructure works to be completed and, subject to £797,000 being made available by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, of which Calderdale is part, remediation works at the Beech Hill site to be undertaken.

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Meet the team who will demolish the Beech Hill tower blocksIn all Calderdale Council’s joint project with Together Housing, supported by the WYCA, will see £76 million investment in the borough, providing around 100 new homes initially. This first phase of new homes is expected to be completed by 2022.