Work starts on Leeds Regeneration Project in Little London

October saw the Leeds Regeneration Project reach a major milestone when works began on the first home to be refurbished in Little London as part of the project.

The external works include replacement of windows, doors, roofing and rainwater goods. The property will then be refurbished internally with gas central heating, electrical rewire, new fitted kitchen and bathroom suite complete with a choice of flooring and tiles.

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Councillor Peter Gruen, Deputy Leader of Leeds City Council and Executive Member for Neighbourhoods, Planning and Support Services, joined Jon Hinchliff, sc4L General Manager and members of the team at the property at Carlton Carr in Little London, to celebrate the project officially starting on site.

Through the Project, sc4L Keepmoat will refurbish 1,245 properties, build 388 new homes and make environmental improvements to the Holbeck, Beeston Hill and Little London areas of the city, in partnership with Leeds City Council.