Growing Places Fund Glasshoughton

The Glasshoughton project is a mixed development on a past colliery site at Castleford, near Wakefield that will provide 400 new homes and substantial employment at a number of commercial premises.

The Glasshoughton project is a mixed development on a past colliery site at Castleford, near Wakefield that will provide 400 new homes and substantial employment at a number of commercial premises. A car supermarket has opened, employing more than 30 staff and a large commercial unit will be occupied by Puma. Homes England has acquired part of the site to build 160 homes that will include a high proportion of affordable homes.

Sustainable transport improvements provided include a network of new pathways to improve pedestrian and cycling access to local facilities and railway stations.

About the Growing Places Fund (LEP Loans)

The Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) Growing Places Fund provides loan funding to kick-start stalled development or infrastructure projects that will create homes, jobs and other economic benefits in Leeds City Region. The initial £35.5m Growing Places Fund investment was provided by Government in 2012, specifically to invest in development schemes that are unable to proceed due to a lack of commercial finance.

Project Lead

Waystone 32 Limited

District/ Area

Wakefield

Business case summary

Link here

Funding

Growing Places Fund- £2.4 million

Project Status

Activity 6: Delivery

Start and end dates

2013- 2019

Delivery partners

West Yorkshire Combined Authority

Other funders

Waystone 32

Get in touch (contact information)

Lcr@leedscityregion.gov.uk

This page was last updated in Q4 2019/2020