Maltkiln Village

A new settlement of up to 3000 homes on a 300-acre site. Maltkiln Village will create a new community where people of all ages and backgrounds can have a home that meets their needs. A sustainable new village centred around the existing railway station at Cattal, Maltkiln will provide local amenities and facilities alongside the new homes, as well as extensive areas of open space and landscaping.


Maltkiln, our proposed new settlement, will offer its new community the benefits of both rural and urban living, as well as improving the range and accessibility of community, retail and leisure amenities for existing residents living in nearby villages.

Our design philosophy for Maltkiln will be governed by three pillars; Sustainable; Connected; and Community. Learn more below.



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Farington Park

At the heart of central Lancashire’s motorway network, with the M65, M61 and M6 in close proximity, Farington Park is a new 40-acre project to cater for the intense demand for industrial space across the North West.

Located adjacent to Lancashire Business Park, our 612,500 sq. ft. industrial and logistics hub at Farington Park in central Lancashire will contain a mix of E(g), B2 and B8 uses. Updated plans for Phase 1 now include a single unit totalling 544,000 sq. ft.

For more information you can download the brochure or contact our agents directly.

Temple Cloud

A 20-acre site for delivery of 80 dwellings alongside significant new public open space, located to the south-east of the village of Temple Cloud.

Temple Cloud is a sustainable village located outside of the Green Belt within Bath & North East Somerset. It benefits from a good level of local facilities as well as a range of public transport options providing good links to Bath and beyond.

The site will deliver a range of residential dwellings, including a significant proportion of affordable housing, amongst an improved network of green infrastructure and pedestrian and cycle connections. This will provide ecological enhancement while providing safe routes to the existing playing fields, children’s play area, village hall and primary school.

Midlands Employment Hub

We’re bringing forward ambitious plans for a sophisticated logistics management site with autonomous business units, including professional functions, next to the A1.

Once completed and fully occupied, we anticipate that the development could create over 6,000 jobs on site and over 2,600 further jobs in the associated supply chain, delivering significant economic growth opportunities within Bassetlaw.

The site is approximately 462 acres with a net developable area of approximately 296 acres. Its close proximity to the strategic network provides excellent benefits, and is exceptionally well placed to offer businesses ready access to nearby cities as well as to major ports, the West and East Midlands and Greater Manchester regions.


A 460 acre site for the creation of a new employment park of national significance, delivering over 4 million sq ft of prime distribution/logistics accommodation.

The site sits at the interchange of the A1 and A57, just one and half miles outside of Worksop and approximately three miles from Retford. The site will provide high quality commercial space in close proximity to significant transport infrastructure and in an area with good local access to labour. It has the capacity to deliver single units well in excess of 1m sq ft.

A single 500kW EWT turbine

Located in Whittington near Worcester, this is a single 500kW EWT turbine. Operational since early 2016 it will generate clean energy into the national grid for 20 years.

This turbine is owned and operated by the Caddick Group.


Local plan promotion of an 8-acre site for a sensitively designed residential development to the south of Welland within the Malvern Hills District.

The site forms a natural extension to the south of the village with good access to facilities in its centre. Plans are being drawn up which show that the site can deliver up to 75 dwellings while carefully respecting the landscape context.

Vangarde Shopping Centre

This prestigious development, a joint venture between Caddick Group Plc and Oakgate Group Plc, will provide 339,000 sq.ft. of retail floor space in this very attractive location.

The centre will be home to York’s first John Lewis and a flagship M&S store – both taking 130,000 sq.ft. spaces over two floors – as well as Next. There will also be tenants for four restaurants and four kiosks, the whole complex being served by a large central car park.

In a separate project at the site the Joint Venture Partnership will be creating a sports facility which will serve the community and provide a home for York City FC and the York City Knights rugby league team.


A 5-acre site in the heart of an attractive village, consented for 29 dwellings including 35% affordable housing.

Redevelopment of a brownfield area along with the neighbouring land has increased the amenity value of the area and provided much needed housing in a settlement which had seen little redevelopment in previous years. The edge of the development was planned to safeguard views from the nearby conservation area while the design of the new dwellings reflects the area’s architectural heritage.