Planners approve Audley’s Ilkley project

Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Audley, one of the UK’s major retirement developers, continues to expand its extensive portfolio of developments, having been granted detailed planning permission to build 98 properties set in and around the Clevedon Hall building in the heart of Ilkley, West Yorkshire. Audley will restore the former Clevedon school building, which is the company’s seventh retirement project, to incorporate a range of one and two bedroom apartments within the main building and grounds. The restoration and building plans submitted by Audley were even commended by the local council for the quality of the application, proving the company’s commitment to providing an excellent retirement opportunity. Leanne Johns, sales and marketing manager for Audley, said the Ilkley-based scheme would create a retirement haven for future residents. “By working closely with the local community and councillors in Ilkley as well as the planners, we will ensure that the redevelopment of Clevedon Hall is in keeping with the local area, whil

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