Work has started on a new housing development on the site of a former covered reservoir site in Doncaster.
Yorkshire property developer Conroy Brook/BenBailey Group acquired a 1.5-acre plot of land at the former Warmsworth Reservoir site from Keyland Developments Ltd, the property trading arm of Kelda Group and sister-company to Yorkshire Water.
Conroy Brook, sister company Ben Bailey Homes, is now building The Halt, a development of 19 three- and four-bedroom family homes.
The start of construction follows on from the demolition of the disused covered reservoir on the site and the creation of new roads and amenities.
Sales director Jon Bailey said: "Seeing our Warmsworth site getting ready for development is an exciting time for all of us at Ben Bailey and Conroy Brook.
"The start of the year was a difficult time for the industry as a whole but we are now working again and looking forward to transforming this site and bring much needed new housing stock to this increasingly popular part of Doncaster."
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