New residents head for the Beech
saha has been proudly handed over last of the new homes at Copper Beech Avenue in Leeds.
The redevelopment of the whole site has cost over £8m and 84 new homes have now been built.
The properties are of a high standard and fully carpeted throughout; they now simply need families to make the new scheme a community
The site has an existing Community Hub and a Children’s Nursery. Throughout the lifecycle of the project, work has been undertaken to engage with prospective residents, nursery users and existing neighbours to ensure that once the new homes are occupied, there will be a homely feel for everyone in the neighbourhood.
Having taken its name from the original Copper Beech tree that used to occupy the site, with a new one being planted in its place, the new homes give a welcoming feel to what was once an empty site. The new development occupies an area that had lain dormant for years and brings much needed homes at affordable rents to the Bramley area of Leeds. The mixture of one, two and three bedroom homes will help ensure that a mixture of families and couples create a cohesive and vibrant community where once there was nothing.
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